The Warren brothers convene once again to talk all things cycling and start off with weather for their own rides. Randy gives descending advice and then he and Dean talk about the recent races. They discuss the events in Australia and Argentina as well as Mallorca before covering the Cyclocross World Championships where American Ellen Noble earned a silver medal in the women's U23 race. The Warren brothers wonder which race successes in the early season will translate to wins later on and are excited to be back in the road racing time.
The Warren Cycling Podcast resumes after a short break where Dean was in South Africa at the Mpumalanga Cycle Tour where his son Taylor raced. Randy and Dean talk about the race which includes interviews with former World Tour rider Songezo Jim, and the Mpumalanga Tour organizer Hendrik Wagener and president commissar Bart Harmse. Racers Nicholas Greeff and Taylor Warren also were interviewed and pay compliments to the well organized race. The Warren brothers discuss the recently completed Santos Tour Down Under and the previous weekend's cycle-cross World Cup races.
Dean is in South Africa for this abbreviated podcast. The Warren brothers talk about the recently contested USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals. Even the podcast description is abbreviated.
Episode 51, the first of 2017, starts out with Randy and Dean Warren interviewing newly crowned collegiate national champion Maxx Chance representing CU Boulder in Hartford, Connecticut. Maxx shares his nationals experience with preparations for the upcoming U23 race. Chance also talks about his recent Belgium racing before Randy and Dean move on to discuss the Belgium nationals course. Dean then quizzes Randy on the new names of the teams on the World Tour level. The Warren brothers touch on the racing in Australia, including the road national championships going on there and the upcoming Santos Tour Down Under.