Randy and Dean Warren are back talking about cycling and the latest race. The Warren brothers catch up on the past couple weeks of professional cycling highlighting the UCI World Road Race championships. Some races were more exciting than others with some surprise winners. Remco Evenepoel caps off an amazing season equaling feats by some of cycling greats already at the age of 22. Randy recaps his time in Italy at the gran fondo world championships.
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest in professional cycling including the last couple of stages at the Vuelta a España, and Tour of Britain. Randy is preparing to go to Masters World Championships in Italy.
Randy & Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and this week focus on the Vuelta a España and the teams looking to earn points to stay in the World Tour. Riders are crashing out of the Tour of Spain or leaving because of covid-19 positives except Juan Ayuso of Team UAE Emirates. The United States hosts a big one day UCI race in Maryland, and the Warren brothers look forward to the World Road Championships in Australia later in September 2022.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling and the latest in professional racing. The Vuelta a España has completed five stages with the race moving around presently in the Basque region of Spain after the first three stages took place in the Netherlands. Team Jumbo-Visma has passed the red leaders jersey to four different riders in the first four stages, but in stage five has let it go. Spain gets its first grand tour stage win in two years with UAE Team Emerites' Marc Solar in a breakaway. The US names it's worlds squad for the upcoming championships in Australia in September.
Randy and Dean are back adding another episode on professional bicycle racing as Dean is in the Netherlands for the start of the Vuelta a España (Tour of Spain). Dean takes some photos and video and enjoyed the atmosphere as the huge cycling community of Utrecht hosts the beginning of the three week stage race. A few other races are going on now as well with Ineos' American rider Magnus Sheffield leading the Tour of Denmark going in to the final stage.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional bicycle racing as well as their own cycilng exploits. The Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift was a great success and the best rider for 2022 prevailed. The Tour of Poland saw an American in second at the stage six time trial. The Vuelta a Burgos will be remembered this year for a speed bump causing a big crash. Americans fared well at the Mountain Bike World Cup and Randy races for the Masters Road Race stars and stripes jersey.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing on many different levels, but focus mostly on the pros. Dean was in Paris for the finish of the Tour de France and the beginning of the Tour de France Femmes. Dean talked to several Americans and a Latvian about the Tour. More racing going on and coming up, especially the revamped new Tour de France Femmes almost halfway through as of this recording.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and sometimes their own cycling exploits. The Tour de France nears the end with three stages to go as Team Jumbo-Visma has a lock on the green points jersey, the climbers jersey and almost cerain yellow jersey. Defending champion Tadej Pogacar of Team UAE Emirates was unable to make up any ground on stage 18 and actually lost another minute to Jumbo's Jonas Vingegaard. The Tour de France Femmes - Avec Strava begins on the last day of the men's race and Randy and Dean look at the favorites to win the 8 stage race.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as other cycling related events on their nearly weekly podcast. The Tour de France has completed 9 stages and the yellow jersey competition has a big week to come in the Alps. The racing has been fast and exciting with the top riders like Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) dominating much of the action. American Kristen Faulkner (Team BikeExchange-Jayco) wins another stage at the Giro Donne!
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and are focused on the biggest race of the year. The Tour de France is five stages into the three week race and the cobbled road stage 5 produced scintillating racing. EF Education-EasyPost's and American Neilson Powless made it in the breakaway that went to the finish and he nearly won the stage and nearly took over the yellow jersey. Team Jumbo-Visma's Wout van Aert has demonstated amazing form and has put on a show at this year's Tour so far. The Giro Donne continues with Team Jumbo-Visma's Marianne Vos taking a couple more stages to up her total wins at the race to 32.
Randy and Dean talk about professional cycling and are all focused on the biggest cycling race of the year. Dean had been scheduled to be in Copenhagen but travel delays prevented him from attending. The Warren brothers talk about the stage 1 resuts at the Tour de France and look forward to the upcoming stages in Denmark, then next week in France.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling. Randy just returned from Knoxville, Tennessee where he supported the European based professionals at the U.S. National Road Cycling Championships. Randy spent quite a bit of time with various pros including a previous podcast interviewie and now time trial champion Leah Thomas. Leah flew after her TT win to Italy to compete in the upcoming Giro Donne stage race. The Warrens talk about the US races as well as other national championship winners.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. The Tour of Switzerland finishes with just half of the racers who started mostly due to Covid related reasons. EF Education-EasyPost American Neilson Powless excels and Trek Segafredo's Quinn Simmons wins another mountains classification jersey. Geraint Thomas of Ineos Grenadiers wins in Switzerland and UAE Team Emirates Tadej Pogačar wins in Slovenia. Randy heads to Knoxville in a support role to assist European based riders at the U.S. National Road Race Championships.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own bicycling exploits. Randy is fresh off a win at the Carter County Omnium. The Criterium du Dauphine is shaping up to be an exciting pre Tour de France shake down and the Unbound gravel race saw some epic conditions and well deserved winners.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional bicycle racing as well as other cycling related topics. The Giro d' Italia wrapped up over the weekend with a first time grand tour winner. The race was won on the final climb in exciting fashion. The RideLondon Classic showcased Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) sprinting prowess and Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) won impressively in Norway. Next up Unbound Gravel and the Criterium du Daphine.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest goings-on in cycling, with an emphasis on the big time pro racing. A new hour record was just set. The Giro d' Italia has its final rest day and looks to finish with an exciting mountainous week ahead. Will Ineos' Carapaz hold on to win? The Joe Martin Stage race was dominated by Wildlife Generation, and Randy has a new road bike!
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all the latest in professional cycling and non professional sometims too. Randy won the masters A race at the The Tour of the Gila in New Mexico in the 60+ category. CS Velo's Sean Gardener took the overall for the elite men on the final stage. The Giro started in Hungary with a win for Alpecin-Fenix's Mathieu van der Poel. The Giro looks to be an wide open race and should be exciting to watch.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing each week. The Warren brothers discuss Ineos Grenadiers' Dylan van Baarle's impressive solo win for the men and Elisa Longo Borghini's (Trek-Segafredo) women's victory. Wildlife Generation's Noah Granigan finishes the Presidential Cycling Tour of Türkiye with the climber's jersey. The Tour of the Alps is uderway and more one day races coming up!
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits each week. At the Presidential Tour of Turkey recent Warren Cycling Podcast guest Noah Granigan of Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling scored points in the breakaway in stage two to win two jerseys for the day. The Warren brothers discuss the Amstel Gold races and recently completed Itzulia Basque Country race and try to talk about the Mountain Bike World Cup in Brazil and Life Time Grand Prix series opener at Sea Otter.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in bicycle racing and focus on the recently completed Tour of Flanders. The Itzulia Basque County race is underway in Spain, and mountain bike racing begins with the first World Cup of 2022 taking place in Brazil. Randy and Dean analyze the Van der Poel win in Belgium and the excitment of the finish and talk about Lotte Kopecky winning the women's race.
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest in professional bicycle racing and interview Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling's Noah Granigan. Noah is in Turkey preparing for the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey which runs from April 10th throught 17th. The Warren brothers talk about Intermarché - Wanty - Gobert Matériaux's Biniam Girmay's historic win at Gent-Wevelgem, and the other recent results.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling, with a strong emphasis on professional racing. The UAE Tour sees Tadej Pogčcar (UAE Team Emirates) narrowly in the lead, and Mike Woods (Israel - Premier Tech) surging at the Gran Camiño stage race in northern Spain. We haven't seen much from the Rwanda race yet other than the results posted online. The Warren brothers talk about cycing clubs and missing the Tour of California and look forward to the opening weekend of cobbled classics in Belgium.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the most recent professional bicycle racing events, as they follow the race calendar. The latest races are taking place in Portugal, Spain and soon in France and the United Arab Emirates. The uphill finishes have seen larger groups of climbers jostling for position and bumping into each other. Nairo Quintana looked great in Provence and the time trial in the Tour of the Algarve race in Porutgal should sort out the winner there, although the final day climb could also be decisive. UAE's Covi is in great form in Andalucia. The Warren brothers mention the new gravel race in Spain but then forget to talk about it.