The Warren Cycling Podcast weekly show covers the latest in cycling and this time of year emphasizes professional road racing. Randy Warren is off racing the Giro Sardinia so Taylor Warren fills in to talk to Dean about the Tour of the Gila, Flèche Wallonne, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, the Tour of the Alps and Tour of Romandie. The Warrens also mention the Cape Epic mountain bike race and look forward to the Giro d' Italia. On a sad note, Dean mentions the passing of Jackie Crowell.
Randy and Dean Warren podcast weekly about all things cycling. This week's episode covers the latest racing in Europe and Morocco as well as the start to the United States domestic pro racing circuit. The Warren brothers break down the Paris-Roubaix and Amstel Gold races, then touch upon less well-known races. Alexey Vermeuelen placed 2nd overall in the Tour du Maroc and Rally Pro Cycling's Brandon McNulty takes fourth in Portugal. Dean was in Arkansas and reports from the start of the Pro Road Tour in the US at the Joe Martin Stage Race. He has interviews with Holowesko-Citadel's Ruben Companioni, UHC's Eric Marcotte, UHC's Katie Hall and Sho-Air Twenty20's Chloe Dygert.
In Episode 122, Randy and Dean Warren discuss all things cycling and focus on the two big monument races: Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix. The Warren brothers talk about Quickstep-Floors domination in 2018 including at the Tour of Flanders. Randy and Dean look to make predictions for Paris-Roubaix and are hopeful for a strong race by American Taylor Phinney (EF Education First - Drapac). The Warren brothers also hit on the the mid-week Scheldeprijs race, Tour of the Basque Country and women's races as well as some smaller European races before mentioning the upcoming Joe Martin Stage Race.