Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest that is going on in bicycle races from the first world cup cyclo-cross races in Iowa and Wisconsin to the World Road Championships taking place in Bergen, Norway. The United States have not fared as well as hoped by the Warren brothers and Randy and Dean talk about the shortcomings.
In Episode 94 Randy and Dean talk about the upcoming Cycling World Championships taking place in Bergen, Norway. The Warrens discuss the courses and events which begins with the trade team's team time trial. Randy and Dean look back at the Vuelta, and how Alberto Contidor (Trek-Segafredo) went out in style. The Warren brothers also note how well Sepp Kuss and Rally Pro Cycling is doing in a block of European races. Dean believes he has an interview for the next podcast lined up with Tibco-SVB's Lauren Stephen who is in Norway getting ready to race the individual time trial an road race at Worlds. Dean recounts a recent ride he was on where he under-prepared for the unexpected rain and cold. The conversation of Asheville hosting a Haute Route event takes up the last bit of the podcast with a few remarks as well about the just starting cyclo-cross season.
The Warrens talk to Rally Pro Cycling's Sepp Kuss from Austria where he is preparing for a block of European racing with four of his teammates. Sepp talks about his season and the racing ahead of him. Randy and Dean cover all the other cycling races going on around the world including the women's races in the Netherlands, Belgium and France as well as the Tour of Britain, the Green Mountain Stage Race in Vermont and the Vuelta a Espana. The 303 Project out of Colorado won the overall at the Green Mountain Stage Race and Dean shares an interview with the GC winner Austin Stephens.