In Episode 149 Rally Pro Cycling's Emma White joins Randy and Dean to talk about her recent track cycling at the London World Cup Track event. Emma also shares her experiences as a student athlete, and her decision to pursue an Olympic dream by racing on the track which takes her away from cyclocross racing. The Warrens touch on some road news notably the eminent sponsor search for Team Sky.
In Episode 148 the Warren Brothers talk again about the latest cycling news including the upcoming cyclo-cross races in the United States and who is a favorite to win at the National Championships. Randy and Dean cover the Berlin World Cup track races then pay their tribute to Paul Sherwen. Dean mentions his recent cold ride, and Randy provides cold weather riding tips. Thanks for listening!
Alexey Vermeulen joins Randy and Dean for Episode 147 of the Warren Cycling Podcast. Alexey talks about his road season and his big mountain bike race at the Iceman Cometh Challenge in northern Michigan. Vermeulen hints at his next season and where his cycling career takes him in 2019. The Warren brothers check the latest headlines in cycling, and even work the conversation towards the biggest cross country ski race which takes place in Wisconsin.
Randy and Dean Warren talk weekly on the Warren Cycling Podcast and discuss what's happening in cycling. The Warren's concentrate on professional road, cyclocross and track racing. Randy and Dean discuss the recent Shanghai race, the muddy US cyclocross races and a rising track star. Happy Thanksgiving!
In Episode 145 Randy and Dean Warren chat with Trek-Segafredo's Toms Skujins. Toms talks about his exceptional 2018 season and reflects on his Hincapie Development Team days. Skujins shares his off season training habits and looks forward to the 2019 race season. Randy and Dean discuss some cyclocross racing and Andrea Tafi's intention to race Paris-Roubaix as a 52 year old.
In Episode 144 the Warren brothers interview Michigan native and former US Road National Champion Larry Warbasse. Larry talks about his language course in Southern France, his #NoGoTour, and move to the AG2R La Mondiale Team. Randy and Dean also recap the latest World Cup Track Racing and the weekend's cyclocross events and expound on Derek Bouchard-Hall's departure from USA Cycling.
Randy and Dean Warren are back after a two week break to talk about the latest in cycling. Randy returns from meetings at USA Cycling, and then Derek Bouchard-Hall announces he's stepping down. Probably no correlation. The Warrens touch on the track world cup and latest cyclo-cross and a little news from professional road racing. Randy also gives us news from the Hincapie Gran Fondo where he rode with Mark Cavendish, Brent Bookwalter and Larry Warbasse.
In Episode 142, Randy and Dean Warren interview two time Vuelta a Espana stage winner Dimension Data's Ben King. King talks about his wins and the upcoming off season. The Warren brothers fill out the rest of the podcast discussing the Innsbruck World Championship road races and the upcoming Il Lombardia race, as well as the Iowa Jingle Cross cyclocross races. Randy is at Track Master's Worlds and competes the next day in the points race.
Randy and Dean talk about all things cycling in their weekly podcast. The UCI World Championships are taking place in Innsbruck, Austria and there have been both surprises and predictable results. The Warren brothers break down week up to the U23 Men's Road Race which Randy and Dean are watching live as they podcast.
In Episode 140 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in bicycle racing. Dean gathered a few interviews from his trip to Madrid. He talked to Sunweb's Coryn Rivera at the women's world tour Madrid Challenge event and then spoke with LottoNL-Jumbo's Sepp Kuss, and got in a quick question with the Vuelta winner Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott). Randy and Dean talk about the upcoming UCI Road Worlds events in Innsbruck where Dean plans to cover two of the days.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling on the Warren Cycling Podcast. In this episode Randy is excited to talk about the first American to win the mountain bike world championship since 2001. Dean and Randy then talk about the USA Cycling selection for the road worlds coming up in Austria. The Vuelta a Espana is in its final week and the Warren brothers discuss if Simon Yates will keep the red jersey until Madrid.
Randy and Dean Warren podcast weekly about the latest in the world of cycling. The Vuelta a Espana has produced exciting racing with more to come. The Warren brothers talk about the progress of the US Men's track program and look forward to the road World Championships. Dean and Randy look back at team Rally's retiring riders Danny Pate and Brad Huff and their fine career's. The Warren's also touch on the Tour of Britain and some rider transfer news.
Randy and Dean Warren podcast about all things cycling. The Warren brothers catch up on recent men's and women's road racing and talk some about mountain biking as well. Randy and Dean are happy to see Dimension Data's Ben King win a stage at the Vuelta and look at what has transpired in the first week of racing in Spain. The Warrens mention the demise of the UHC, Jellybelly and AquaBlue Sports racing teams.
In their weekly podcast, Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling related topics, mostly professional bicycle racing. In episode 36 Dean catches up with Team Sunweb's Chad Haga who recently completed both the Giro d' Italia and Tour de France. The Warren brothers also discuss all the rest of the races including the Tour of Utah, BinckBank Tour, Tour of Poland and the rest we took notice of.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling and bicycle races in their weekly podcast. The Warren's review the Tour de France and how Sky's Geraint Thomas rode a flawless race. Dean talks about who disappointed and looks to the upcoming races. Randy's riding in the rain in Asheville, and Dean's looking for a new club in Ann Arbor.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling and a lot about bicycle racing on their weekly podcast. The Tour de France dominates the cycling discussion as it nears the end of the three week race. Has Sky's Geraint Thomas locked up the win? Will Chris Froome try anything crazy or will he be a faithful teammate? The Warren brothers recall the past week's stages and the contenders who have fallen away.
Each week Randy and Dean Warren discuss cycling topics and in July, the talk focuses on the Tour de France. The Warren brothers break down the Roubaix stage and the impact on the general classification. Randy and Dean look back at the previous sprint stages and look forward to the upcoming days in the Alps. The Warrens touch on the racing in Boise, Idaho as well as the finish of the Giro Rosa.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling each week and this week are focused on the first five stages of the Tour de France. The Warrens look forward the upcoming stages that should shape the general classification. Randy and Dean also cover the Giro Rosa women's stage race where Sunweb's American Ruth Winder won stage 4 and wore the pink jersey for a day.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things related to cycling in their weekly podcast. On the day before the start of the Tour de France, the Warren brothers look at the contenders for both the overall and for the early sprint stages. Randy and Dean discuss the impact of the reduced 8 man teams and which stages will sort out the general classification.
Randy & Dean Warren talk about all things cycling each week on the Warren Cycling Podcast. Randy was in Knoxville for the US Professional Road Championships and recalls how each of the races were won. Sunweb's Ruth Winder tells Randy how she assisted teammate Coryn Rivera to win her 72nd National Championship. Dean and Randy talk about bike share programs such as Donkey Republic and start to get excited about the upcoming Tour de France.
Taylor Warren (303 Project) joins Randy and Dean to discuss the latest in cycling. The Warrens talk about the latest races in Europe and the United States. Randy just completed US Masters Nationals and Taylor is preparing for Professional Nationals in Knoxville, Tennessee. The heat has been a major factor in the US lately and Randy gives some tips to prepare to race in hot temperatures.
The Warren Cycling Podcast is back and discuss the Giro's exciting last week. Randy and Dean talk about Sky's Chris Froome's unbelievable comeback to win in Italy. The Warren brothers take a look at the riders preparing for the Tour de France and which races they are doing including the Dauphine and Tour de Suisse. Randy and Dean also talk about Team Sunweb's Coryn Rivera's recent victories in Germany.
The Warren Cycling Podcast covers the latest in the cycling world. Randy and Dean talk about the recently completed Haute Route which Randy took part in over the weekend. The Warren brothers discuss the previous week's Giro results and the Amgen Tour of California men's and women's race. Randy and Dean look forward to the last week of the Giro and predict who will do well in the time trial on Wednesday.
The Warren Cycling Podcast covers cycling events and all things cycling each week with Randy and Dean Warren. The Warren brothers podcast while watching the finish of stage 6 on tv and the internet feed. The Mount Etna stage produced an excited finish. Randy and Dean look forward to the upcoming Amgen Tour of California.
Randy is back from the Giro Sardinia and the Warren Cycling Podcast covers the latest in cycling with an emphasis on the pro side of the sport. Randy talks about his race experience and then he and Dean break down the first stage of the Giro d' Italia. The Warren's cover the men and women's Tour de Yorkshire highlighted by Boels Dolman's American Megan Guarnier winning in England on her birthday. The Pan Am time trial championships are taking place in Argentina and the Redlands Cycling Classic is underway in California.