Randy and Dean celebrate their 100th Warren Cycling Podcast episode by talking about podcasting. Their guest and podcast extraordinaire is Lionel Birnie from the Cycling Podcast (sponsored by Rapha). The discussion moves from podcasting, to journalism to growth and influences of cycling in the UK and America. Randy and Dean finish up the podcast talking about the last World Tour race and that other races are still going on.
Randy and Dean Warren convene to talk about cycling related subjects starting off with Dean's recent experience riding in the Netherlands. The Warrens talk about the World Tour race in China and recently completed Tour of Turkey. Randy and Dean mention some more rider signings and look at next year's recently revealed Tour de France route. The Warren brothers touch a bit on cyclocross racing as well as the Taiwan hill climb before signing off.
In Episode 98 the Warren brothers promote the Warren Cycling Podcast Strava Cycling Club. It’s good to be a part of a cycling community. Randy and Dean discuss the end of the European road racing campaign where Bahrain-Merida’s Vincenzo Nibali won Il Lambardia in Italy and fellow countryman Matteo Trentin (Quick-Step Floors) won Paris-Tours in a three up sprint. Road racing continues in Turkey with the World Tour stage race, and a couple of American based teams race in the Tour of Taihu Lake in China. Many racers are taking a break now and Randy suggest ways to bridge the time between seasons. The Warrens round out the podcast talking about the Masters Track World Championships and cyclo-cross racing.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest professional cycling races including the final monument of the season, Il Lombardia. The Warren brothers review the latest one day races in Europe and talk about who looks strong coming into the race in northern Italy. Randy is off the bike due to a broken hip and Dean spent the past couple days cycling around Bavaria on a 3 speed bicycle.
In Episode 96 the Warren brothers discuss the latest in the professional cycling races, but take the long way to get there. They talk about their own entry into cycling, and why it's important to be part of a local bicycle club. Randy and Dean get around to talking about the elite men's world championship race and are joined by LottoNL Jumbo's Alexey Vermeulen. Alexey talks about the great atmosphere in Bergen, Norway and his experience racing in the breakaway for five hours. Alexey shares some thoughts on not getting a contract renewal and where he goes from here.