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.
Brothers Randy & Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as some of their own cycling exploits. The conversation begins with discussing the just revealed 2024 Tour de France route. The Warrens do not get into too many details and also look at the recently announced 2024 Giro d' Italia route. The brothers meander through the previous weeks racing, including some early season cyclocross results. Randy and Dean met up in Italy at the UCI Gravel World Championships weekend and talk about the course and results.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing and other cycling news. Merger talks between Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-Quickstep has surpised everyone and hardly seems like it could be true with so many riders and staff who would be affected. Randy prepares to head to Italy to race in the UCI Gravel Worlds Championships. Road racing continues for a few more races including one more monument.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about bicycle racing on multiple levels with a primary focus on the top professionals. The Warren brothers revel in the amazing conclusion to the Vuelta a Espana where Colorado native Sepp Kuss from the Dutch Jumbo-Visma team won the overall at the three week stage race in Spain. A few more big cycling races take place at the end of the road racing season with the European championships taking place in the Netherlands. Randy shrugs off disappointment to concentrate on his upcoming gravel world championships race in Italy.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling and their own cycling exploits. The Vuelta a Espana - the Tour of Spain three week bicycle race has completed five stages and began in Barcelona with wet conditions and controversy. Dean interviewed Astana Qazaqstan's American rider Joe Dombrowski before the opening stage as well as Ag2R Citroen's Michigan native Larry Warbasse. Randy won a gravel race and prepares for gravel national championships.
Brothers, Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and their own riding and racing (Randy races, not Dean). The Vuelta a España begins soon and Dean will be there for the opening stage 1 team time trial in Barcelona. Some recent shorter stage races took place in Norway, Denmark and Spain with American Team DSM-firmenich racer Kevin Vermaerke taking 3rd overall at Artic Race of Norway. Primož Roglič and Jumbo - Visma won another stage race in preparation for the Vuelta. Randy races at Masters Nationals later this week.
Randy and Dean talk about professional cycling and in this episode the Warren brothers discuss some of the action from the UCI World Championships that are taking place in Scotland. The US women have had great success on the track as well as in the individual time trial. The elite men's road race is one for the ages. Dean traveled to Scotland and gives his first hand experience from watching the final circuits in Glasgow.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling. The brothers talk about the highlights of the Tour and look forward to the upcoming San Sebastien and World Championship races. The Tour had a lot of promise for a tight two way battle until the end, a hope for an American stage win and perhaps a record being broken. Although those hopes all faded, the racing each day except maybe two stages was pretty fantastic with lots of action on most stages, big breakaways and exciting finishes.
Randy & Dean Warren talk about the latest news in professional cycling. The brothers look at who won the national championship races and many will be showing off their new jerseys at this year's Tour de France. The Tour starts in a few days - join Randy & Dean and other podcast listeners' Tour de France fantasy team competition on the official website: Join us in the league now no.14745 : Warren Cycling Podcast By clicking on this link : https://fantasybytissot.letour.fr/#welcome/register/?parrain=7wappbs&ligue=14745
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling and their own riding as well. A dark cast covered the Tour de Suisse after the death of Gino Mäder which resulted from injuries in a crash on a mountain descent. What riders are going to the Tour de France and who looks to be in good form. Randy races this coming weekend in Michigan on a sandy 204 mile gravel course.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as some of their personal cycling adventures. Randy is in Kansas preparing to race the 200 mile gravel race now know as Unbound. The Giro d' Italia finishing with of flury of excitement and Dean grabbed some interviews after the finish. Listen to what Israel- Premier Tech 's Matthew Riccitello, UAE Team Emirates' Brandon McNulty and Ag2r Citroën's Larry Warbasse had to say.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. Randy and Dean discuss the nearly finished Giro d'Italia as stage 19 is in progress. The Warren brothers recap some highlights of the three week race and then touch on a few other races going on, looking at the Tour of Japan where American Luke Lamperti (Trinity Racing) has won a couple stages and is in the best sprinter's jersey. Randy prepares to race Unbound coming up soon and is in good form after winning the Assault on Mt Mitchell in North Carolina. Randy appeared on TV: https://wlos.com/news/local/46-annual-assaults-mt-mount-mitchell-marion-kick-off-cyclists-bike-riders-event
Randy and Dean Warren get back together to catch up on the latest in professional bicycle racing. Randy returned recently from running a camp and doing a race in Italy. Dean rode his bike to watch the Eschborn-Frankfurt race and interviewed Q36.5 Racer Joey Rosskopf. The Warren brothers review the racing from the past couple of weeks and look towards the start of the Giro d' Italia. Six Americans will take part and Dean talked to Matthew Riccitello about his progress as a young racer for Israel-Premier Tech Pro Cycling Team.
Randy & Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. The Warren brothers discuss the week in racing from the excitement of the Women's Paris-Roubaix and the intrigue of the Men's version with all the races in between. Randy and Dean touch on the Giro d' Sicily, as well as the Brabanste Pijl mid-week race, and look ahead to the hilly Amstel Gold race.
Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional bicycle racing. Dean attended the Tour of Flanders (one week after being at the last day of the Volta a Catalunya). Also known as de Ronde van Vlaanderen, this one day race in Belgium is one of the five monuments of cycling and the racing was spectacular. Dean interviewed several American women before the race and enjoyed a spot on the Oude Kwaremont climb to photograph both the men and women. The Warren brothers catch up on the Tour of the Basque Country race and look forward to the next monument this coming weekend: Paris-Roubaix.
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