Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing on many different levels, but focus mostly on the pros. Dean was in Paris for the finish of the Tour de France and the beginning of the Tour de France Femmes. Dean talked to several Americans and a Latvian about the Tour. More racing going on and coming up, especially the revamped new Tour de France Femmes almost halfway through as of this recording.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and sometimes their own cycling exploits. The Tour de France nears the end with three stages to go as Team Jumbo-Visma has a lock on the green points jersey, the climbers jersey and almost cerain yellow jersey. Defending champion Tadej Pogacar of Team UAE Emirates was unable to make up any ground on stage 18 and actually lost another minute to Jumbo's Jonas Vingegaard. The Tour de France Femmes - Avec Strava begins on the last day of the men's race and Randy and Dean look at the favorites to win the 8 stage race.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as other cycling related events on their nearly weekly podcast. The Tour de France has completed 9 stages and the yellow jersey competition has a big week to come in the Alps. The racing has been fast and exciting with the top riders like Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Tadej Pogacar (UAE Team Emirates) dominating much of the action. American Kristen Faulkner (Team BikeExchange-Jayco) wins another stage at the Giro Donne!
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and are focused on the biggest race of the year. The Tour de France is five stages into the three week race and the cobbled road stage 5 produced scintillating racing. EF Education-EasyPost's and American Neilson Powless made it in the breakaway that went to the finish and he nearly won the stage and nearly took over the yellow jersey. Team Jumbo-Visma's Wout van Aert has demonstated amazing form and has put on a show at this year's Tour so far. The Giro Donne continues with Team Jumbo-Visma's Marianne Vos taking a couple more stages to up her total wins at the race to 32.
Randy and Dean talk about professional cycling and are all focused on the biggest cycling race of the year. Dean had been scheduled to be in Copenhagen but travel delays prevented him from attending. The Warren brothers talk about the stage 1 resuts at the Tour de France and look forward to the upcoming stages in Denmark, then next week in France.