In Episode 24 Randy and Dean continue their recap of the recently completed Tour de France. The Warren brothers talk about Chris Froome's prospect of winning even more Tours and how in an ever more competitive environment racers compete all year long for wins. They discuss Peter Sagan's (Tinkoff) bike throw win in Bern over Alexander Kristoff (Katusha). Dean and Randy look towards the upcoming Tour of Utah and Olympic games.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in cycling with a heavy emphasis on the women's world tour La Course race which took place in Paris before the finish of the Tour de France on the Champs Elysees. Dean was in Paris and interviewed Alison Tetrick (Cyclance Pro Cycling), Coryn Rivera (UnitedHealthcare), Brian Cookson (UCI president), Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv), Lauren Stephens (Tibco-SVB), and Chloe Hosking (Wiggle-High5). Dean also talked to Tayler Wiles (Orica), Lauren Tamayo (UHC), Peter Stetina (Trek-Segafredo) and Brent Bookwalter (BMC) which will feature in part 2 of the Warren Cycling Podcast La Course and Tour de France Review episode. Dean had a bike ride appointment which prompted a 2 part podcast coverage of the recent events in the world of cycling.
In Episode 22 Randy and Dean Warren review the Tour de France through stage 13 including the mayhem on the shortened Mont Ventoux stage 12. The Warren brothers also mention Peter Sagan's (Tinkoff) amazing racing as well as Chris Froome's (Sky) grip on the yellow jersey after the individual time trial (stage 13). Dean shares the good news of a possible show sponsor in the Estes Park, CO bicycle shop named 'Via Bicycle Cafe'. Randy and Dean mention Coryn Rivera's podium finish at the women's Internationale Thuringen Rundfahrt race in Germany.
Randy and Dean Warren recap Boels-Dolmans' Megan Guarnier's Giro Rosa stage race win. American racers dominated the 9 day race in Italy, with Guarnier's teammate Evelyn Stevens taking 3 stage wins and second overall. Wiggle-High5's Mara Abbott took a mountain top win as well and finished 5th overall. The Warren brothers discuss all that has happened thus far in the Tour de France, including the successes of British riders. There were breakaway wins and the competitions for the various jersey's remain extremely close. Randy and Dean look forward to the upcoming stages including this week's Mont Ventoux climb.
Randy and Dean Warren recap the first three stages of the Tour de France from their hometown in Michigan. The Warren brothers talk about the winners and mishaps and the impact on the rest of the race as well as look to the weekend's first climbing stages. Randy and Dean also talk about their recent time in Louisville, Kentucky for the USA Cycling Amateur Road Championships featuring the Elite Cat 1, U23 and Junior racing in the individual time trial, road race and criterium. The brothers highlight the first couple stages of the Giro Rosa, a 10 day women's world tour stage race in Italy where American Evelyn Stevens currently wears the pink leader's jersey.