Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling each week. This week's episode the Warren brothers review the UCI Road World Championships and look forward to the upcoming races in Belgium, the Netherlands and Italy. The Warren's are disappointed about the outcomes for the US riders but are glad Chloe Dygert has a favorable prognosis after her crash in the time trial.
Wow, the Warren Cycling Podcast talks about the incredible time trial UAE Team Emirates Tadej Pogacar rode to dislodge the yellow jersey from Jumbo-Visma's Primoz Roglic on the second to last stage at the 2020 Tour. Randy and Dean talk about the Tour's other exciting stages as well.
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest in professional cycling as the Tour de France nears the halfway mark of the rescheduled three week race. The general classification starts to shape up and the green points jersey race intensifies. We recap the previous exciting weekend of racing and look forward to the next mountain stages. US women are racing exceptionally well at the Tour Cycliste Féminin International de l'Ardèche.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about cycling and professional racing and are excited this week to recap the first six stages of the Tour de France. Unsure the race would take place in 2020 it's a supreme pleasure to be able to watch the race unfold during these uncertain times. EF Education First's American Neilson Powless celebrated his 24th birthday in style riding into the day's break and animated the race on the penultimate climb before finishing a strong fourth place on the day.
Randy and Dean Warren are joined by Zack Goodman, co-creator of gpsrace.cc, a new innovative bicycle racing platform. Zack explains the format and advantages of this way to race. Taylor Warren joins in to give his opinion on the top riders to watch for at this year's Tour de France.
Randy and Dean are joined with Josie Fouts who is preparing to set the women's hour track record at the San Diego velodrome. The Warren brothers also discuss the recent races in Europe including the thrilling Criterium du Dauphine. American Sepp Kuss caps off a successful 5 stages for Team Jumbo-Visma by winning the final day in Megeve.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in professional cycling at the World Tour is in full swing after the coronavirus pandemic break from racing. Team Jumbo-Visma looks to be the stronger of the two super teams with Primoz Roglic besting Team Ineos' Egan Bernal at the Tour de l'Ain in France. Another head to head matchup takes place later in the week at the Criterium du Dauphine. Jumbo-Visma's Wout van Aert takes Milan-Sanremo and Rally Cycling's Gavin Mannion wins two stages in the Le Tour de Savoie Mont Blanc race.
In a rare two episode release day, the Warren brothers talk about the latest in professional cycling as the 2020 road race season has resumed in Europe. Multiple races have taken place and are in progress as Randy and Dean break down the first World Tour race in the second half of the season, Strade Bianche. The Warrens also talk about the stage races that took place in Spain and France and the tragic finish at stage 1 in Poland. Randy and Dean look forward to the upcoming events as well including Milano-Sanremo.
The Warren Cycling Podcast caught up with Equipe Paule Ka's Leah Thomas to talk to her about her excellent Strade Bianche result as well as many other topics. Leah shares her how she became a professional cyclist story as well as her secrets to enjoying long training rides. She also informs on the current racing and living conditions for the professional cyclist in these coronavirus times.
Florida Velo's Michael Hernandez joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recent racing in northern Georgia. Michael also discusses his transition from aging out of Aevolo's U23 program to racing for Florida Velo. In Spain the Volta a Burgos has completed two stages so far as the regional race has taken on a higher importance this year. The Warrens look forward to Saturday's Strade Bianche race with the hope that it will indeed take place.
In Episode 213 Randy and Dean catch up on the latest cycling news. The Warren brothers hold their collective breaths in the hope that the World Tour revised schedule will actually begin in the next coming weeks. Racing has resumed in Romania for the men and Spain for women where World Champ Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) won solo the Emakumeen Nafarroako Klasikoa one day race. Randy offers a breaking news update on Garmin's outage reason.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest professional cycling news and their own exploits on the bicycle each week. Team Ineos elected not to renew four time Tour de France winner Chris Froome's contract after his current one expires at the end of 2020. Israel Start-Up Nation signs Froome for five years. Team Rally has a special expert to assist their team. Emma Pooley sets women's Everesting record.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own personal riding. Dean has been riding in Germany lately and Randy is riding in North Carolina. UAE Team Emirates' Tadej Pogacar defeated Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic in the Slovenian national time trial race, while amateur racing has gotten underway in Georgia and Colorado.
The Warren Cycling Podcast's very own Randy Warren successfully Everested, climbing 29,029 feet last week on Friday! EF Education First's Lachlan Morton returned to set the Everesting record as his first attempt was nullified by bad data. USA Cycling asks Billy Innes to step down and Team Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic wins the Slovenian National Road Race Championship.
The Warren brothers are back after Dean's cross country move to talk about the latest in cycling. Randy plans an everest attempt and Lachlan Morton of EF Education First breaks the record on a familiar climb. Bora-hansgrohe's Peter Sagen sticks to his plans to ride the Giro and forgo Flanders and Roubaix.
Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest cycling news including more Everesting attempts. The Warren brothers discuss group riding during these coronavirus times and talk about the bicycle boom in the United States. Bicycle shops across the nation are facing supply shortages as more people are buying bikes and getting out and riding.
In Episode 207 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest cycling news including the changes at Strava. Dean reveals his failed attempt to wear a mask during exercise, and Randy discusses his upcoming Everest attempt. The UCI has a full calendar out and the Warren brothers hope for lots of racing in the fall to talk about. Team Ineos' Chris Froome celebrates his 35th birthday and will most likely change teams next year.
In Episode 206 Randy and Dean catch up on the latest cycling news. Randy plans his attempt to Everest in June, while a new Everest record has just been set by Phil Gaimon. E-bikes are getting better and the Warrens talk about the benefits of riding power assisted bicycles.
In Episode 205 the Warren brothers talk about their own rides and the new UCI race calendar. Who knows if the races will take place as planned but it will be a wildly packed season from August through the beginning of November if they do take place. Randy and Dean touch on the recent Zwift races and appreciate they are able to ride outdoors throughout this difficult time.
In Episode 204 Rally Cycling's Robin Carpenter joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about his San Diego Strava competition and giving away bread that he bakes. The Warrens discuss Randy's upcoming Strava races in the Asheville area, and how to set up this kind of event. Robin gives his pointers for Strava competitions as well as how to bake delicious sourdough bread. Randy and Dean wonder about the proposed races in late summer and the fall.
The Warren brothers are back talking about the latest in riding a bicycle and the indoor racing that has been going on. Randy didn't realize we missed a week, but here we are two weeks later catching up on the latest news. Schedules are being remade and we are all hopeful there will be big races later this summer and fall.
In Episode 202 Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest cycling news which includes the racing that is going on indoors on platforms such as Zwift. The Warren brothers talk about how pros stack up against seasoned Zwift riders. Randy and Dean also look at how power output has impacted the pathway to becoming a pro.
In Episode 201 Randy and Dean Warren celebrate the 200th episode anniversary of the Warren Cycling Podcast by interviewing retired professional cyclist and NBC cycling commentator Christian Vande Velde. Christian talks about growing up in a cycling family and his cycling career as well as post career. Randy and Dean discuss the Tour de Quarantine and Alexey Vermeulen send a 200th episode congrats message. The Warren brothers remember to mention the birthdays from March 31st.
For episode 200 Randy and Dean had planned a nice interview and celebrating the 200th milestone, but the coronavirus has wrecked havoc on most everyones plans, big and small. The Warrens did receive a couple nice messages from Lily Williams and Jens Voigt. The Warren brothers talk about training during this lockdown time and what cycling movies to watch.
Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling each week. This week the big story as is around most the world pertains to the effects of the coronavirus. Many races have been cancelled while some such as Paris-Nice is on, for now at least. The first three stages were exciting and we talk about it.