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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: November, 2022
Nov 28, 2022

Randy & Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing and related activities each episode.  The Warren brothers have over 70 years of combined cycling experience and catch up on the latest news.  USA's Jennifer Valente leads the UCI Track Champions League and fellow American LIly Williams holds on to third place with two more days of racing coming up in London.  Tom Pidcock and Marianne Vos win in their world championship jerseys in cyclcocross while Mathieu van der Poel takes a resounding win in the world cup event in Hulst.  On this day Stephen Roche celebrates his 63rd birthday.  

Nov 18, 2022

Randy and Dean Warren talk about cycling related topics and in this episode have the privilege to once again interview Alexey Vermeulen.  Alexey races gravel and mountain bike mostly with a few road races sprinkled in occasionally.  He is on the Jukebox squad and had an extremely successful year in 2022, winning the Belgium Waffle Ride in San Diego and Michigan, Iceman Cometh and finished second overall in the Lifetime Grand Prix series.  

Nov 9, 2022

Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and their own bicycle experiences as well.  Randy just returned from a gravel race in Virginia where he placed third in the 40+ category despite losing 20 minutes to a crash and front wheel flat.  The Pan Am cyclocross championships took place at the Really Rad Fest in Massachusetts, while the Euopeanchampionships were in Belgium.  The Warren brothers check up on the latest in road news and Randy prepares to travel to Colorado Springs for USA Cycling meetings.

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