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.
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.
In Episode 19 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the upcoming USA Cycling National Championships as well as the recently completed Tour of America's Dairyland races (also known as TOAD). The discussion moves to the upcoming Rio games and includes all of the USA Olympic cycling selections. The Warren brothers offer an invitation to listeners to join the Warren Cycling Podcast www.velogames.com Tour de France fantasy league. Use the league code to join: 222802134522. Randy and Dean discuss the upcoming Tour de France and mention the newly crowned European national champions.
In Episode 18 The Warren brothers are joined again by Taylor Warren, who just completed the North Star Grand Prix domestic stage race. The Minnesota race was won by Evan Huffman of Rally Cycling on the men's side, and Team Tibco-SVB's Brainna Walle in the pro women's race. Dean spoke to both overall winners as well as with the Stillwater criterium stage winners Brad Huff (Rally) and Ellen Noble (North Memorial Health Care) as well as the Pro Women's Uptown Criterium stage winner Skylar Schneider (ISCorp Cycling Team) and her sister Samantha who placed third that day. In an episode filled with interviews the Warren Cycling Podcast also spoke to Axeon-Hagens Berman's National Road Race Champion Gregory Daniel. Early in the podcast John Murphy of UnitedHealthcare talks about cycling in the Asheville, North Carolina area and his race season. Randy, Taylor and Dean talk about the North Star Grand Prix, the Tour of Switzerland and the upcoming Tour de France. They also mention the latest women's world tour event, the Aviva Women's Tour and which riders are preparing for their target race this year, the Rio Olympic road race.
Randy and Dean Warren are joined by John Hickox owner of Zofietsje Bicycle Repair business in the Netherlands near Utrecht. John provides a Dutch perspective of the recently completed Giro d' Italia as this year's race started in the Netherlands and nearly finished with a Dutch winner. Dean and Randy also go over the recent Philadelphia International Cycling Classic race and they discuss the in progress Criterium du Dauphine, a tune up race for the Tour de France.
Dean and Randy Warren introduce the Warren Cycling Podcast special edition Jens Voigt Interviews Podcast. Dean interviewed Voigt back in 2011 prior to the start of the USA Pro Challenge race in Colorado. In the first interview Jens talks about his early experience training in Colorado, about why he believes he has become popular to the fans, and about what he has seen as improvements in cycling over his career. In 2011 he speculates how much longer he would race, and Dean asks what he might do once he retires from racing. In the second interview Dean asks Jens how he is adapting to his life as a retired pro cyclist. Voigt describes the different jobs he is doing and his ongoing connection with cycling. Jens talks about his autobiography that has just been published, and his satisfaction with his life in general. And Jens did begin his career racing for an Australian team - the Giant-AIS Cycling Team, and he had raced at altitude prior to racing in Colorado, but in 2011 was his first experience racing in Colorado.
Taylor Warren joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recently completed Tour of Italy, or Giro d' Italia. The Warrens also discuss the latest weekend of racing in the United States which included the US Pro Road National Championships in Winston-Salem as well as the Winston-Salem Classic races. They mention the Tour of Belgium race and moto crash and talk a little about the upcoming events in the world of professional racing. Listen also to hear Randy's coaching nugget which is typically interspersed in his race reviews.
In this special edition bonus episode Dean and Randy present Dean's interview with Team Katusha's star Alexander Kristoff. Dean talked to Kristoff in the evening after the 2nd stage at the Amgen Tour of California. Alex had won that field sprint that day taking third place. Later in the week Kristoff won stage 7 in Santa Rosa, then capped off the week with another podium finish on the final stage in Sacramento. Kristoff elaborates on how he first got into cycling and talks about enjoying his time as a professional, as well as his goals for this year.
Randy is on his way to USA Cycling Master's National Championships in Winston-Salem and he and Dean chat about the latest in the world of bicycle racing. They discuss the just completed Amgen Tour of California, both the men's race and the women's race. Dean interviewed Cannondale's Ben King and Colavita-Bianchi's Whitney Allison. Dean also talked to Katusha's team Doctor Thomas Klimaschka about their team's experience in California. Dean and Randy catch up on the latest happenings at the Giro d' Italia and finally Dean talks to Giant-Alpecin's Caleb Fairly who retired after the Amgen Tour of California.
Dean and Taylor Warren talk about the latest in cycling and are joined by Nick Greeff. Randy is on his way to Chicago to put on a junior cycling clinic and a track clinic so was unavailable for this episode. Dean, Taylor and Nick discuss the latest from the Giro d' Italia including the end of the second week. Dean has just returned from covering stages 2 through 6 of the Amgen Tour of California and brings interviews with Boels-Doelman's American Megan Guarnier, winner of stage 1 of the women's Amgen Tour of California. Also featured in this podcast are Andrew Talansky of Team Cannondale, Jim Ochowicz manager of Team BMC, Taylor Phinney (BMC), Lawson Craddock (Cannondale) and Jaque Janse van Rensburg (Dimension Data).
Dean and Randy Warren talk about two big stage races, the Amgen Tour of California and the Giro d' Italia. Dean is on hand in California and in this episode interviews Holowesko Citadel's Travis McCabe and Dimension Data's Tyler Farrar. They talk about the first stage at the ATOC and the upcoming week. Randy and Dean discuss the exciting Giro and who's still in contention for the overall victory.
Dean is back from vacation and he and Randy discuss all the latest bicycle races on the Warren Cycling Podcast. They hold off on talking about the first grand tour, the Giro d' Italia until later in the podcast after reviewing the Tour of Romandie, Tour of the Gila, Tour of Yorkshire, and The Four Days of Dunkerque. They discuss Mara Abbott's win in New Mexico as well as Jelly Belly's Lachlan Morton's victory. Dean and Randy gage Tour de France preparations from the results at the Tour de Romandie, and speak about the globalization of cycling. They preview the upcoming Amgen Tour of California then cover the first five stages of racing at the Giro before signing off.
Randy and Dean discuss the recent cycling events from the World Tour Professional races, to the lesser European races and the USA Cycling Pro Road Tour event- the Joe Martin Stage Race. The brothers present first hand reports from their time in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Young established and up and comers win the overall at Joe Martin. Randy and Dean talk about the bad weather in Europe and its effects on the Liege-Bastogne-Liege race as well as Tour of Romandie. They look forward to the upcoming Giro d' Italia which will be discussed more thoroughly in next weeks podcast.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest events in the cycling world from the Amstel Gold Race to Flèche Wallonne, men and women. They preview Liege-Bastogne-Liege and cover the US racing scene as well. Randy shares his US Criterium Nationals experience and the Warren brothers talk about the Joe Martin Stage Race which is underway in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Dean and Randy are on sight in Fayetteville and Dean interviews UnitedHealthcare's Coryn Rivera (26:00). Coryn shares her cycling story from her first race to winning 71 national championships and her latest win on stage 2 at the Joe Martin Stage Race.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest events in the cycling world and are joined by John Hickox in the Netherlands. John talks about his Zofietsje (www.zofietsje.nl) business and the upcoming Amstel Gold Race. The discussion turns towards cycling sportive events then Randy and Dean break down the 2016 Paris-Roubaix race. They mention recent wins in women's racing by Americans Megan Guarnier (Boels-Dolmans) and Allie Dragoo (Twenty-16 RideBiker, in this event representing the US National squad). Randy and Dean also touch upon the domestic racing scene from the recently completed Redlands Classic to the upcoming team time trial and pro criterium nationals.
In Episode 6 Randy and Dean rehash the weekend's top races from the Sunny King Criterium and McClellan Road Race in Alabama to the Tour of Flanders - both women's and men's races. Dean interviewed the Pro Men's Criterium second place finisher, Michael Hernandez of CCB Racing just after the race Saturday, then on Sunday Dean talked to Travis McCabe of Holowesko Citadel Racing Team p/b Hincapie Sportswear. Listen to McCabe talk about his his new team, racing at the Tour of San Luis and goals for the 2016 race season as well as the Sunny King weekend. Dean also catches announcer Frankie Andreu for a short interview and Frankie gives his view on the new US Pro Road Tour. Randy and Dean then recount the women's and men's Tour of Flanders race and then talk about the upcoming Paris-Roubaix race and offering their picks for the winner.
Episode 5 begins with a few words from Cannondale Pro Cycling's Ben King and Team Sky's Ian Boswell. Dean interviewed the two after stage 3 at the Volta a Catalunya. Randy and Dean review the previous weeks races including the Catalunya race as well as the Criterium International race and both the men and women's Gent-Wevelgem races. The Warren brothers discuss Marianne Vos' win at the Pajot Hills Classic and talk about sickness running through the peloton. The conversation diverges towards Bicycle Advocacy then steers back towards the domestic race scene and the upcoming Tour of Flanders.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest cycling news with a heavy concentration on the pro peloton. First they recap Milan-Sanremo (1'11"), then a mention of Dwars Door Vlaanderen (5'50"). Next in the discussion Randy and Dean talk about the Women's WorldTour Trofeo Alfredo Binda result (8'05") before previewing the E3 Harelbeke and Gent-Wevelgem races (10'28"). The rest of the podcast centers on Dean's recent trip to Spain and covering stages 3 & 4 of the Volta a Catalunya (10'50") including his interviews with BMC's Tejay van Gardener (12'01"), LottoNL-Jumbo's Alexey Vermeulen (17'32"), Trek-Segafredo's Peter Stetina (20"53') & Kiel Reijnen (23'40") and IAM Cycling's Larry Warbasse (25'59").
In this week's Warren Cycling Podcast Dean and Randy discuss the women's world tour races and interview with Twenty-16 RideBiker p/b Sho-Air racer Allie Dragoo. They also review last week's Paris-Nice stage race as well as Tirreno-Adriatico's race. Dean and Randy then move on to discuss the upcoming Milan-Sanremo one day classic race. Dean interviews Team Katusha's Dr. Thomas Klimaschka and they speak some about Katusha's classic star Alexander Kristoff.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in the cycling world, including Paris-Nice (13'30"), the Strade Bianche Race (15'20") and upcoming Tirreno-Adriatico race(26'08"). They also cover the number of Americans racing on World Tour teams this season(1'45") and look at the breakdown of nationalities on the World Tour. Dean interviews one of the two new Americans joining a World Tour team this year: Alexey Vermeulen(35'48"). Randy and Dean review the success of Team USA's women from the recently completed World Track Championships(29'42") as well as discussing Mark Cavendish's Olympic dreams(34'00"). The two brothers are excited about all of the upcoming racing and the insights they may provide on who's fit and will do well in the Spring Classics including Milan-Sanremo(22'40").
The first of the Warren Cycling Podcast, Randy and Dean Warren discuss all things cycling. In this first episode we converse about the pro races in Belgium, the new race weather protocol, Le Tour de Langkawi, Evelyn Stevens breaking the One Hour record, track worlds and the Chico Stage Race in California. Dean caught up with Evan Huffman, the winner of the Chico Stage Race and the interview with Huffman is featured in this podcast as well.