Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. This week's episode the Warren brothers cover the latest in cyclocross and the UCI Track Champions League where American Lily Williams finished third overall in the endurance events. Randy and Dean discuss UCI president David Lappartient's disdain for cyclocross riders skipping world cup events. The Warrens also mention Lotto-Dstny's Thomas De Gendt's retirement announcement for at the end of 2024.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing in all forms, and occasionally interview professional racers. The Warren brothers welcome back their top interviewee Alexey Vermeulen, who recently won for the 3rd time Iceman Cometh in Traverse City, Michigan. Alexey discusses his rise in this year's Lifetime Series Grand Prix to equal his 2022 2nd place overall after a bit of a slow start to the 2023 campaign. Vermeulen recounts his win at Iceman Cometh as well as shares his off season break and preparations for 2024.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and their own riding exploits. Coach Randy discusses the use of lights during the northern hemiphere's autumn time of year which has fewer daylight hours to cycle. The Warren brothers note a couple of World Tour team signings, including that of Nairo Quintana by Movistar.