Randy and Dean Warren talk about all things cycling in their nearly weekly podcast. The UCI professional road cycling world championships are taking place in Belgium and has already crowned elite men and women individual time trial champions. US won their first male cross country World Cup race in 27 years as Trinity's Christopher Blevins took the win in the season ending race at Snowshoe in West Virginia. The Warrens talk about the packed end to the road racing season in Europe and some big criteriums in the United States.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. Dean was in Peru on vacation so the Warren brothers caught up with all the racing the past couple of weeks including the end of the Vuelta a España. The Tour of Britain has featured a showdown between possible World Championship favorites as well as Rally Cycling's Robin Carpenter's exciting stage 2 win. The Warrens are following Movistar's Leah Thomas lead in a stage race in France and look towards the UCI Road Worlds in Belgium.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss the latest in cycling as Randy competed in the Belgium Waffle Ride and the Vuelta a España has completed nine stages. Team Jumbo Visma's Primož Roglič is still in control with Movistar's Enric Mas looming close behind. The Warren brothers look at other European races just completed and talk about the US Crit series races and upcoming Joe Martin Stage Race.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and their own riding exploits. Randy prepares for the Belgian Waffle Ride and Dean rides with John in the Netherlands. The Vuelta a España starts with Team Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic in the drivers seat with lots of racing to come. The American Rally Cycling team wins big in Portugal and Denmark while Tibco - SVB's Kristen Faulkner wins a stage and third overall in Norway. A new individual pursuit mark was set in Mexico.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest news in professional cycling as well as their own riding exploits. Dean rode a 3 speed bike 70 miles and Randy is preparing for Masters Road Nationals. The Warren brothers celebrate team USA's women's track medal and EF Education - Nippo's Neilson Powless' big one day win in the Basque Country.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling including the recently completed Tour de France and Tokyo Olympic Road Cycling events. Dean chatted with the four Americas who raced this year's Tour de France (and all four finished!) The Warren brothers also review the Mountain Bike races and look forward to the Track and BMX events. Has Team USA's Chloe Dygert recovered enough from last years horrific injury to lead the US Women to Olympic glory?
Randy and Dean catch up quickly on the Tour de France as Dean is transiting between flights. There is still more suspense as the Tour finished on Sunday in Paris with Mark Cavendish looking to become the all time stage winner record holder. Randy and Dean celebrate Sepp Kuss's stage win, the first for an American in ten years.
Randy and Dean talk about bicycle racing each week with the emphasis on the pro peloton and this time of year the Tour de France. The first nine stages provided tons of drama and excitement capped by a dominate performance by new race leader Team UAE Emirates Tadej Pogacar. With a commanding lead in the overall will Pogacar be challenged in the remaining stages? Will Deuceninck Quick Step's Mark Cavendish win more stages and equal Eddy Merckx record? Lots of questions to be answered. SD Worx dominates the Giro Donne race in Italy.
Randy and Dean talk about what is going on in professional cycling around the world. The Warren brothers discuss the US Professional Criterium National Championships races and look ahead to the Pro Nats Road Race as well. Randy and Dean talk about some of the contenders for this year's upcoming Tour de France and the unusual beginning stages.
Randy and Dean talk about the latest bicycle racing each week. The Criterium du Dauphine just ended and the Tour de Suisse is in full swing with Alpecin Fenix's Mathieu van der Poel putting on a show in stages 2 and 3. The Unbound Gravel race featured top former professional road racers battling for 200 miles in Kansas.
Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing and catch up on the latest news in the US and abroad. Team Ineos Grenadiers seals victory in Italy while the overall contenders position themselves for the Criterium du Dauphine in France. An impressive lineup and buildup to the renamed Unbound Gravel race takes place this coming weekend.
Randy is back from his cycling camps and he and Dean talk about the fascinating developments in the final stages of the Giro d'Italia. Team Ineos Grenadiers Egan Bernal had looked like he would run away with the Giro win, but now has faltered in the last stages to keep the race interesting. Team BikeExchange's Simon Yates takes stage 19 and claws his way closer to the top of the podium. The Warren brothers take a glance at the other professional bike racing and wish happy birthday to those riders celebrating on the 28th of May.
Taylor Warren fills in for Randy as Randy is busy with cycling camps these next several days. Taylor and Dean watch the finish of the white gravel roads stage of this year's Giro d' Italia. Ineos-Grenadiers' Egan Bernal looks to be in the drivers seat as the Giro hits its mid point. The Warrens looks at a few other race results and Taylor talks about his upcoming race schedule.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the Giro d'Italia on Randy's birthday as we celebrate as well UAE Team Emirates' Joe Dombrowski's stage 4 win. The Warren brothers record the episode while watching the stage 5 finish and are horrified to see Bahrain Victorious' Mikel Landa crash out. Randy and Dean check out the other race results and celebrate other cyclists May 12th birthdays.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing each week. The Giro d'Italia starts very soon and the Warren brothers look at all the contenders. Dean picks his podium contenders. Randy and Dean check in on all the rest of the races including an American victory in Portugal.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional bicycle racing on their (mostly) weekly podcast. The Warren brothers recap the final three big spring classic races, including the Amstel Gold Race, Flèche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege and the prologue start to the Tour of Romandie. Randy mentions the local racing scene as Dean attempted to get an update from Taylor Warren. Taylor's CS Velo team is at a team camp in North Carolina and participated the recent Hincapie Race Series.
Randy and Dean Warren talk to Movistar's Leah Thomas coming off her excellent 4th place at the Belgian Brabanste Pijl one day race. Leah talks about her racing for Movistar this spring and looks forward to the upcoming Ardennes classic races. The Warren brothers recap the racing in Turkey, Spain and the recently completed Itzulia Basque Country stage race were American UAE's Brandon McNulty held for two days the race leaders jersey.
In Episode 246, Randy and Dean catch up on the latest professional cycling including the mid-week Belgian cobbled sprinters classic- Scheldeprijs. Randy fills Dean in on the day's events in Belgium and at the Tour of the Basque race in Spain where UAE's Brandon McNulty sits presently 3rd overall. The Warren brothers break down the men and women's Tour of the Flanders races and look towards the upcoming Presidential Tour of Turkey race.
Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in bicycle racing and general cycling topics. This episode focuses on the races leading up to the Tour of Flanders as well at the recently completed Volta a Catalunya. Team Ineos-Grenadiers sweep the podium at the Tour of Catalonia. The Warren brothers also recognize new best times in Ireland (Everesting record) and up Haleakala in Hawaii.
Randy and Dean Warren discuss each week the latest in professional bicycle racing. Finally at the top of the Poggio climb to the finish at Milan-Sanremo the race came alive and provided a thrilling finish and unexpected winner. Team Ineos Grenadiers seemingly have their way in Spain at the Volta a Catalunya. Trek Segafredo's teamwork pays off at the Trofeo Alfredo Binda event and the Belgium races continue the buildup to the next monument.
Randy and Dean interview Movistar's 21 year old American racer Matteo Jorgenson. Matteo talks about his path to professional cycling's highest level from racing for fun in Boise, Idaho to making his way to placing 8th overall at this year's Paris-Nice stage race. He explains the importance of learning the language of the team he races for and assimilating to living and racing in Europe. The Warrens summarize the thrilling Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico events and look forward to Milan-Sanremo.
Randy and Dean Warren recap the exciting Strade Bianche races in Italy and cover the latest in professional road cycling. Happy International Women's Day! The Warren brothers discuss the other one day races as well as the first two Paris-Nice sprint finishes. As each week Randy and Dean wish happy birthday to the riders celebrating on the day of the podcast recording.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in cycling each week including professional bike racing as well as their own riding exploits. The opening weekend of racing in Belgium produced some aggressive racing such as Deceuninck-QuickStep's Julian Alaphilippe in Omloop Het Niewsblad and Alpecin-Fenix's Mathieu van der Poel in Kuurne-Brussels-Kurnne and Le Samyn. Van der Poel makes any race he is in interesting. The Warrens look ahead to Strade Bianche and Paris-Nice.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the exciting begin to the World Tour Professional Men's cycling season. The UAE Tour has offered exciting racing as did the previous week's Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var three day stage race. EF Education - Nippo's American Neilson Pauwless impresses and Team Jumbo-Visma's Sepp Kuss is climbing well to excite US racing fans. The Warren brothers look ahead to the start of the Belgian classics and a busy upcoming racing calendar.
Randy and Dean discuss the latest cycling news each week and report on the two stage races taking place in southern France to kick off the professional road racing season. The UCI makes a couple of rule changes and Randy and Dean wonder if the changes were necessary. Each episode the Warrens wish Happy Birthday to the riders who celebrate their birthday on the day Randy and Dean record the podcast.