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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: May, 2022
May 31, 2022

Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional bicycle racing as well as other cycling related topics.  The Giro d' Italia wrapped up over the weekend with a first time grand tour winner.  The race was won on the final climb in exciting fashion.  The RideLondon Classic showcased Lorena Wiebes (Team DSM) sprinting prowess and Remco Evenepoel (Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl) won impressively in Norway. Next up Unbound Gravel and the Criterium du Daphine.  

May 23, 2022

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest goings-on in cycling, with an emphasis on the big time pro racing.  A new hour record was just set.  The Giro d' Italia has its final rest day and looks to finish with an exciting mountainous week ahead.  Will Ineos' Carapaz hold on to win? The Joe Martin Stage race was dominated by Wildlife Generation, and Randy has a new road bike! 

May 6, 2022

Randy and Dean Warren talk about all the latest in professional cycling and non professional sometims too.  Randy won the masters A race at the The Tour of the Gila in New Mexico in the 60+ category.  CS Velo's Sean Gardener took the overall for the elite men on the final stage.  The Giro started in Hungary with a win for Alpecin-Fenix's Mathieu van der Poel.  The Giro looks to be an wide open race and should be exciting to watch.  

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