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Randy and Dean Warren discuss all things cycling and cycling related, from professional races to local cycling issues.
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Now displaying: December, 2021
Dec 15, 2021

Randy and Dean Warren talk about current bicycle events and the sport in general.  Last week's podcast guest Eric Brunner of Blue Competition Cycles won the US Cyclocross National Championship in the Chicagoland area.  The Warren brothers talk about the departure of USA Cycling's CEO and president and the status of the organization. Randy and Dean round up the rest of the latest cycling news including cyclists birthdays on the 15th of December.

Dec 10, 2021

Blue Competition Cycles' Eric Brunner talks to Randy and Dean Warren on the podcast along with xXx Racing-AthletiCo's Gaylord Otte.  Eric recently won the men's elite Pan Am cyclocross championship and Gaylord placed 7th in the US Cyclocross national championships in the 65-69 men's age group category.  Eric talks about his progression in the sport and gets some exclusive information about the national championship 'cross course outside of Chicago.  

Dec 2, 2021

Randy and Dean talk about bicycle related news and catch up on the latest in professional cycling.  Randy recaps the muddy conditions at the recent cyclocross World Cup race in France and discusses the Chicago venue for the upcoming US national cyclocross championships.  Dean recently read Laurent Fignon's autobiography and connects the past to the present in bicycle racing.  

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