Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in bicycle racing and general cycling topics. This episode focuses on the races leading up to the Tour of Flanders as well at the recently completed Volta a Catalunya. Team Ineos-Grenadiers sweep the podium at the Tour of Catalonia. The Warren brothers also recognize new best times in Ireland (Everesting record) and up Haleakala in Hawaii.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss each week the latest in professional bicycle racing. Finally at the top of the Poggio climb to the finish at Milan-Sanremo the race came alive and provided a thrilling finish and unexpected winner. Team Ineos Grenadiers seemingly have their way in Spain at the Volta a Catalunya. Trek Segafredo's teamwork pays off at the Trofeo Alfredo Binda event and the Belgium races continue the buildup to the next monument.
Randy and Dean interview Movistar's 21 year old American racer Matteo Jorgenson. Matteo talks about his path to professional cycling's highest level from racing for fun in Boise, Idaho to making his way to placing 8th overall at this year's Paris-Nice stage race. He explains the importance of learning the language of the team he races for and assimilating to living and racing in Europe. The Warrens summarize the thrilling Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico events and look forward to Milan-Sanremo.
Randy and Dean Warren recap the exciting Strade Bianche races in Italy and cover the latest in professional road cycling. Happy International Women's Day! The Warren brothers discuss the other one day races as well as the first two Paris-Nice sprint finishes. As each week Randy and Dean wish happy birthday to the riders celebrating on the day of the podcast recording.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in cycling each week including professional bike racing as well as their own riding exploits. The opening weekend of racing in Belgium produced some aggressive racing such as Deceuninck-QuickStep's Julian Alaphilippe in Omloop Het Niewsblad and Alpecin-Fenix's Mathieu van der Poel in Kuurne-Brussels-Kurnne and Le Samyn. Van der Poel makes any race he is in interesting. The Warrens look ahead to Strade Bianche and Paris-Nice.