Episode 40 of the Warren Cycling Podcast is highlighted by the Warren brothers interviewing Junior Worlds Silver Medalist Skylar Schneider (9:15). We had intended to interview both Skylar and her sister Sam, but will hold off on that interview until the Schneider sisters are able to make their announcement regarding their team for 2017. Skylar shared her UCI World Championship experience as well as gave us insight into how she has developed to be the rider she is at her young age. Randy and Dean discuss the recently completed Abu Dhabi Tour and then talk about next year's Tour de France and Giro d'Italia routes. The Warrens touch on the 6 day track event going on in London and the success of Amanda Miller at the recent cyclo-cross world cup race.
In Episode 39 the Warren Cycling Podcast focuses mostly on the recent UCI World Road Cycling Championships in Doha, Qatar. Randy and Dean talk about the announcement of next year's Tour de France route, although both admit to having not looked very closely at it yet. The Warren brothers report Steve Tilford's unfortunate crash and the merits of wearing a bicycle helmet. As usual Dean and Randy look ahead and see lots more of cycling up ahead with the road season winding down in Abu Dhabi and the 'cross season heating up. The Warren Cycling Podcast looks forward to a taping and a Facebook live event coming up on November 2nd in Estes Park at the Via Bicycle Cafe.
In Episode 38 Randy and Dean focus mostly on talking about the in progress UCI World Cycling Championships taking place in Doha, Qatar. Dean caught up with Gage Hecht at a cyclo-cross race in Loveland, Colorado before Gage headed over to Doha to race the junior road race world championship. Randy and Dean cover the completed individual and team time trials from Worlds and diverge to speak about clincher versus tubular tires. The Warren brothers also cite the lack of live television coverage of the World Championships. They finish with a little talk about cycle-cross and a couple upcoming gran fondo's.
Episode 37, the longest Warren Cycling Podcast to date packs in a full slate of cycling talk starting off with Dean's travel to the Tobago International Cycling Classic and the one day UCI race. Dean interviews Trevor Conner, cycling coach and VeloNews writer about the Tobago racing. The Warren brothers continue the podcast talking about the UCI World Championships about to take place in Doha, Qatar. They speak with Twenty-16 Ridebiker and USA women's road racer Allie Dragoo. Allie just arrived and is preparing for the team time trial which takes place on Sunday. Allie will also race in the road race the following Saturday. Her interview starts 27:53 into the podcast. From Worlds talk, Randy and Dean shift to cycle-cross and are joined in conversation with multi US National Champion Jeremy Powers (44:11 into podcast). Jeremy answers lots of questions and graciously talks about his season and setbacks as well as preparations to move forward for the rest of the year. Jeremy also elaborates on ways in which cycle-cross has grown in the US and Randy and Dean appreciate his role in that process.