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Jun 17, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and sometimes their own cycling exploits.  Randy finishes 2nd at the Southeast Gravel Race, where past and future stars participate.  The final preparations and selections are to be made for the upcoming Tour de France less than 2 weeks away.  Team UAE-Emirates are stacked to support Tadej Pogacar.  

Jun 10, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. The Critérium du Daphiné finishes with two North Americans on the podium. The question is how high is Team Visma-Lease a Bike's Matteo Jorgenson's potential. Matteo keeps exceeding expectations and builds form toward the Tour de France with an exceptional Dauphine performance. The Tour de Swiss completes two stages as Cofidis' Bryan Coquard sprints to victory.

May 28, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in bicycle racing as well as many other cycling topics.  The Giro d' Italia was exciting despite Tadej Pogacar's dominant win.  The main adversaries competing against Pogacar for the Tour de France are coming back from injuries.  Randy and Dean discuss rib injury recoveries as Randy has lots of experience from breaking them many times.  US women excel at the Pan Am games races in Brazil.

May 15, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. The Giro d' Italia hits the halfway mark with exciting finishes despite the seemingly foregone conclusion that Team UAE Emirates' Tadej Pocagar has wrapped up the overall barring unforeseen possible calamities. Mark Cavendish won a stage in Hungary and Thibau Nys won the overall. The US National championships take place this week in West Virginia. Olympic spots will be contested in the individual time trials.

May 1, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. Dean covers the Eschborn-Frankfurt one day world tour men's race with interviews before and after the race. Dean talks to each of the three Americans racing the May 1st race up in the hills near Frankfurt, Germany with a fast flat downtown Frankfurt finish. Dean chats with EF Education - EasyPost's Neilson Powless who is returning to action after an injury which disrupted his spring racing campaign. Dean also connects with Team dsm firmernich PostNL's Kevin Vermaerke, and Israel - Premier Tech's Riley Sheehan. Sheehan races to earn the final spot on the podium, placing an outstanding 3rd place. Randy mentions the success for EF Education-Cannondale at the Vuelta Femenina in Spain. The Warren brothers briefly look forward to the upcoming Giro d' Italia.

Apr 26, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing as well as personal cycling events. The Warren brothers are saddened by the passing of cyclist George Christensen and honor him in this episode. See the link about George's untimely death: link to George Christensen article

Apr 17, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing.  Dean asks Coach Randy about the different metrics to measure recovery and exertion during training and racing.  The Warren brothers cover the recent Amstel Gold Race and Fleche Wallonne one day classics.   The Tour of the Alps continures with stage three on a rainy day won by Lidl-Trek's Juan P. Lopez.  

Apr 9, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the recent action in professional bicycle racing. Alpecin-Deceuninck controlled the men's race at Paris-Roubaix and Mathieu van der Poel did his thing to ride nearly 60km solo to win back to back Monuments and back to back Paris-Roubaix's. Crashes marred the Tour of the Basque and the Warren brothers discuss possible reasons for seemingly more crashes in the peloton.

Apr 3, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. The Warren brothers cover the end of the Volta a Catalunya, as well as the races up to through the Tour of Flanders where Mathieu van der Poel won in dominating fashion. Dean talked to Sepp Kuss in Barcelona as well as Larry Warbasse before stage 7 at Catalunya.

Mar 12, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren recap the amazing overall win by Team Visma Lease a Bike's American Matteo Jorgenson. Jorgenson overtook fellow American Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates) on the final stage and held off attacks from pre-race favorite Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step). The Warren brothers talk about possible winners for the upcoming monument Milan-Sanremo one day race.

Feb 28, 2024

Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. The opening Belgium classics season produced a dominant performance by Visma-Lease a Bike and exceptional riding by American Matteo Jorgenson, the new kid on the block for the powerhouse Dutch squad. American Kristen Faulkner snuck away to steal the Omloop van het Hageland classic for EF Education-Cannondale. The UAE Tour produced a surprise ending. The Warren brothers are looking forward to this weekend's Strade Bianche and the two week long stage races coming up.

Feb 23, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the opening 2024 classics road race season starting with Omloop Het Nieuwsblad on Saturday. The Warren brothers discuss the latest results from the UAE Tour and the O Gran Camiño races. Dean opens the podcast with sharing his face plant accident on his mountain bike which can be seen online on @dean_trips IG and YouTube accounts.  

Feb 6, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own exploits on two wheels. GCN still produces excellent weekly roundup videos but you can watch and listen to our takes on what has happened in each of the Warren Cycling Podcast episodes. The cyclocross world champions won handily and Brandon McNulty won the overall at the Comunitat Valenciana stage race with Will Barta taking an excellent final stage win with a long solo breakaway. The Warren brothers discuss the good and the bad of a potential Saudi money backed cycling reformation.

Feb 1, 2024

Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits.  The Warren brothers look at the stage races in Saudi Arabia, Spain and the protest marred French race.  Randy and Dean discuss the upcoming cyclocross world championships coming up in a few days in the Czech Republic.  Looking for a gravel camp this spring, go to warrencycling.com

Jan 18, 2024

Randy & Dean talk about professional bicycle racing and their own cycling exploits. The Santos Tour Down Under has been dominated in the sprint stages by Bora Hansgrohe's lead out and the finishing by Sam Welsford. Mexican neo pro UAE Team Emirates' Isaac Del Toro takes a surprise stage two win. Randy discusses the concept of durability.

Jan 10, 2024

Randy & Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. Randy recounts some of the endurance conference he recently attended in Charlotte, North Carolina. Indoor E-sports world championships to be held in Abu Dhabi this October. Mathieu van der Poel continues his domination in cyclocross and crosses off some spring road races from his calendar. Lidl - Trek's Quinn Simmons to race at the SantosTour Down Under after considering prematurely ending his cycling career.

Jan 5, 2024

Randy & Dean Warren talk about cycling related news on the professional level as well as person cycling exploits. Randy prepares for a conference in Charlotte and braves the cold recently to ride outdoors. Australia holds their national road championships with the Tour Down Under coming up soon. The new professional kits have been revealed for 2024. The cyclocross racing has been dominated by Mathieu van der Poel and gets a little argy bargy.

Dec 15, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well their own cycling experiences. WTB Pivot's Eric Brunner battles back from mechanical issues to win the men's elite USA Cycling cyclocross national championship in Louisville, Kentucky, while Team S&M CX's Clara Honsinger takes her fourth consecutive national championship women's win. The Warren brothers discover the Masters and Juniors races series found on the websites: usamasterscup.com and usajuniorscup.com

Dec 2, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle related news, mostly on the professional level.  A couple World Tour Teams have announced their new names as according to their sponsors.  The winner of the Guatamala tour crashes with teammates over the finish line in an arm in arm celebration gone wrong.  

Nov 21, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. This week's episode the Warren brothers cover the latest in cyclocross and the UCI Track Champions League where American Lily Williams finished third overall in the endurance events. Randy and Dean discuss UCI president David Lappartient's disdain for cyclocross riders skipping world cup events. The Warrens also mention Lotto-Dstny's Thomas De Gendt's retirement announcement for at the end of 2024.

Nov 16, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing in all forms, and occasionally interview professional racers.  The Warren brothers welcome back their top interviewee Alexey Vermeulen, who recently won for the 3rd time Iceman Cometh in Traverse City, Michigan.  Alexey discusses his rise in this year's Lifetime Series Grand Prix to equal his 2022 2nd place overall after a bit of a slow start to the 2023 campaign.  Vermeulen recounts his win at Iceman Cometh as well as shares his off season break and preparations for 2024. 

Nov 1, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and their own riding exploits.  Coach Randy discusses the use of lights during the northern hemiphere's autumn time of year which has fewer daylight hours to cycle.  The Warren brothers note a couple of World Tour team signings, including that of Nairo Quintana by Movistar.  

Oct 25, 2023

Brothers Randy & Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as some of their own cycling exploits. The conversation begins with discussing the just revealed 2024 Tour de France route. The Warrens do not get into too many details and also look at the recently announced 2024 Giro d' Italia route. The brothers meander through the previous weeks racing, including some early season cyclocross results. Randy and Dean met up in Italy at the UCI Gravel World Championships weekend and talk about the course and results.

Sep 28, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing and other cycling news.  Merger talks between Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-Quickstep has surpised everyone and hardly seems like it could be true with so many riders and staff who would be affected.  Randy prepares to head to Italy to race in the UCI Gravel Worlds Championships.  Road racing continues for a few more races including one more monument.  

Sep 22, 2023

Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing on multiple levels with a primary focus on the top professionals.  The Warren brothers revel in the amazing conclusion to the Vuelta a Espana where Colorado native Sepp Kuss from the Dutch Jumbo-Visma team won the overall at the three week stage race in Spain.  A few more big cycling races take place at the end of the road racing season with the European championships taking place in the Netherlands.  Randy shrugs off disappointment to concentrate on his upcoming gravel world championships race in Italy. 

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