The Warren brothers talk about the recently completed Giro d' Italia as well as domestic races in North Carolina, Iowa & Illinois. Randy and Dean mention other grand tours that finished with come back wins in time trials on the final stage and discuss Tom Dumoulin's overall victory in Italy. Dean recalls the previous podcast's wish for an American grand tour stage win, and Tejay van Garderen delivered on stage 18. Randy and Dean talk about the Winston-Salem Pro Road Tour races and the Snake Alley crit & weekend of races in Iowa and Illinois. They compliment Gateway Harley Davidson's domestic elite racing success and George Simpson's recent domination.
Randy and Dean Warren convene once again to talk about the latest in the cycling world, particularly the Giro d' Italia where Dean witnessed first hand stage 16 on the Stelvio climb in northern Italy. The Warren brothers talk about Tom Dumoulin's defense of the Pink leaders jersey and Nibali's stage win, marking the first for an Italian at this year's Giro. Dean and Randy discuss the recently completed Amgen Tour of California and Rally Pro Cycling's two stage wins by Evan Huffman. Dean interviews Rally's Sepp Kuss. The Warrens look forward to the rest of the Giro and upcoming racing as well.
Episode 75 of the Warren Cycling Podcast features first hand coverage of the Amgen Tour of California by Dean. He talks to Sunweb's Coryn Rivera, Boels Dolmans' Megan Guarnier, and UnitedHealthcare's Katie Hall. The Warrens talk about the 4 stage women's world tour event, then discuss the first two stages of the men's race. Dean shares interviews with Ben Wolfe (Jelly Belly p/b Maxxis), Trek-Segafredo's Kiel Reijnen, and Team Dimension Data's Lachlan Morton. Dean also has a special interview of UHC's Travis McCabe by an 8 year old. Randy and Dean check out what is going on at the Giro d' Italia to wrap up the podcast.
The Warren brothers talk about the latest in bicycle racing from the Giro d' Italia to the Redlands Classic in California. Dean is in California and provides first hand reporting from Redlands. The Warrens talk about the strong up and coming racers such as Aevolo's Gage Hecht who won stage 4. Listen for short interviews with former Redlands winner and recently retired Phil Gaimon, current US criterium champ Brad Huff (Rally Pro Cycling) and Jelly Belly's Sergei Tvetcov.
Episode 73 features the long anticipated BMC Racing Team's Brent Bookwalter interview. Brent talks about his season to date as he prepares for the Amgen Tour of California. Bookwalter is coy about his leadership role at the California race, and expounds on the depth of the BMC Racing Team and the opportunities for him and his teammates to shine in this upcoming race. Brent talks about his past Redlands Cycling Classic experience and upcoming Gran Fondo's including this year's Bookwalter Binge on October 28th in Asheville, North Carolina (http://www.bookwalterbinge.com). Randy and Dean wrap up the podcast looking at the Redlands Cycling Classic and upcoming Giro d' Italia.