In Episode 172 Randy and Dean Warren recount the last stages of the Tour de France and the what if's. The dramatic conclusion of the most exciting Tour in 20 years fizzled a bit at the end, but remained entertaining. The Warren brothers look forward to all the racing in multiple disciplines of cycling coming up including this weekend's Clasica San Sebastian and the Ride London Classic as well as start to the Tour of Poland.
In Episode 171 Randy and Dean Warren are excited to talk about one of the most thrilling editions of the Tour de France in 20 years. There are six riders all within a good chance to win the overall and the Warrens take a look at who is on the rise and who may fall. Randy and Dean touch on a few other bicycle racing events as well but circle back to the Tour in high anticipation of the final week of racing in France.
In Episode 170 Randy and Dean devote much of their energy talking about the Tour de France on the first rest day. It's been an exciting Tour so far to say the least. Much more to come as the race hits the big climbs in a few days. The Warren brothers discuss the Dutch domination at the Giro Rosa and touch on a couple other races going on as well at the Crushar in the Tushar gravel race.
In Episode 169 the Warren brothers are back from their vacations to talk about the start of the Tour de France. Randy and Dean break down the first two stages and discuss who they favor for the overall win. The Warrens touch on the Giro Rosa race as well as look back a bit to the USA Cycling National Championships. Dean interviewed Rally UHC Cycling's Robin Carpenter, Gavin Mannion and Brandon McNulty at the Tour de Suisse and include these at the end of the podcast.