The Warren brothers convene once again to talk about all things cycling. Randy and Dean mention the new location and dates for the US Professional National Road Championships then dive in to talk about the first week of racing in Spain at the Vuelta a Espana. Randy and Dean recount the US's successes at the Olympics finishing as the nation with the third highest cycling medal count and the importance of that to future Olympic cycling funding. They also talk about women's cycling and the Tour de l'Avenir and the Americans who are doing well there. The Warrens look forward to the rest of the Vuelta and the upcoming cyclocross season.
In Episode 28 Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in the world of cycling. Randy had just returned from USA Cycling Masters Track Nationals where the final weekend of racing was cancelled due to rain. The Warren brothers talk about the upcoming Olympic BMX racing as well as the completed Rio Track events. Also discussed were the many smaller European races going on as well as the upcoming Vuelta a Espana and Tour de l'Avenir. The Warren Cycling Podcast is sponsored by the Via Bicycle Cafe in Estes Park, Colorado.
In this special addition episode Dean Warren interviews two time mountain bike Olympian and London 2012 bronze medal winner Georgia Gould. Georgia talks about how she became a mountain biker and the longevity of women cyclists. She shares her Olympic experiences and talks about her transition from a world cup mountain bike racer to a domestic one looking to put more emphasis on the cyclo-cross season. Randy and Dean then expound on the interview and discuss Olympic cycling.
In Episode 26 Randy and Dean converge via Skype to talk the latest in the world of cycling. The Warren Cycling Podcast introduces their new sponsor the Via Bicycle Cafe. The Via Bicycle Cafe located in Estes Park, Colorado is a bike shop and cafe, a great place to visit. Dean recently interviewed LottoNL-Jumbo's Alexey Vermeulen who is in his first season at the World Tour level. Alexey discusses his year so far and talks about his life in Girona, Spain. He speaks about everything from a visit with friends to his cooking skills as well as all the top notch races he's taken part of. Randy and Dean then rehash the men and women's Olympic road races, talk about the individual time trials and make mention of the track events that are just under way. They also touch on the Tour of Utah and discover there's so much more to talk about so look for upcoming episodes.
In their silver episode, number 25, Randy and Dean talk cycling as per usual. Dean shares some more interviews he gathered from his day in Paris when the women raced on the Champs Elysees at La Course. He spoke with UHC's Lauren Tamayo who won the US Criterium National Championship this year and will retire at the end of this season. Dean also spoke to Tayler Wiles who rides for the Australian Orica-Bike Exchange team. The interviews continue as Dean sought out representatives from teams who have both women and men's squads and asked how integrated the teams are. He spoke with Giant-Alpecin, Lotto-Soudal, and UHC. The Warren brothers continued their cycling quips commenting on the success of non-world tour teams at the Tour of Utah, then moved on to discuss the upcoming Rio Olympics and the cycling events to come.