Randy and Dean Warren get together to talk about professional bicycle racing and other cycling related topics. In this episode the Warren brothers have a short time to discuss the Volta a Catalunya and the Classic Brugge - de Panne. On this day two Americans win in Europe, Luke Lamperti (Trinity Racing) in Portugal and Sean Quinn (EF Education-EasyPost) in Italy. USA Cycling announces Gravel National Championships to take place in September in Nebraska.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in professional cycling. Dean just has returned from a vacation trip and he and Randy talk about how well Tadaj Pogačar (UAE Team Emirates) and Primož Roglič (Team Jumbo-Visma) each win three stages and the overall at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico. These races will be followed by the first monument of the season, Milan-Sanremo.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. The opening weekend of spring classics in Belgium saw Team Jumbo-Visma score wins and double podiums at the Omloop het Niewsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne races. SD Worx dominated in the women's races. At the United Arab Emirates world tour stage race, Remco Evenepoel won the overall while Adam Yates won the final uphill stage. Dean is off on vacation while Randy readies for his upcoming gravel camp.
Randy Warren & Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. The Warren brothers catch up on the recently completed stage races in Portugal, Spain and France as well as the in progress World Tour race in the United Arab Emirates. Randy and Dean then get excited about the opening classics weekend in Belgium coming up.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. Movistar's Matteo Jorgensen held on to win the overall at the Tour of Oman after winning stage 3 and the American secured the overall by finishing second in the final stage to win by one second. Three different US pro riders have now already won road races in 2023! Tadej Pogacar (UAE) storms to a couple of solo wins in Spain and Alexander Kristoff (Uno-X) wins in Portugal. Plus a quick recap of the past couple weeks of action including the Cyclocross World Championships.
Randy & Dean Warren talk about the start to the European road racing season 2023. Racing is taking place in southern Spain and southern France as well in Saudi Arabia. The Warren brothers also look forward to the upcoming cyclocross world championships and cannot predict who will come on top to wear the rainbow stripes.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the first World Tour racing in Australia at the Tour Down Under. Jay Vine wins for the men and Grace Brown wins for the women. Cyclocross continues its season with racing in Spain where the Big 3 men battled with Mathieu van der Poel coming out on top. Randy still has a few spots to join in on a gravel camp and to race in Sardinia - see the link on www.warrencycling.com
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as other cycling (and weather) topics. The Warren brothers look forward to the upcoming Santos Tour Down Under beginning in a couple of days in Australia. Mathieu van der Poel's back ache has allowed Wout van Aert to storm away in the latest cyclocross clashes including the just completed Zondervan World Cup race. Go to warrencycling.com to register and join in an amazing cycling camp and race in Italy at the Giro d'Sardinia.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing and other cycling related topics. The Warren brothers discuss the warm start to the year and chance to ride outdoors in the mild winter temperatures. The best bicycle racing has been going on in the duels between the Big 3 Cyclocross stars, Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel and Tom Pidcock with van Aert having the upper hand so far. The road season begins soon and the new team names and jersey designs will take a little time to become familiar with them.