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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 149: Emma White Interview

Warren Cycling Podcast

Release Date: 12/19/2018

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the recent action in professional bicycle racing. Alpecin-Deceuninck controlled the men's race at Paris-Roubaix and Mathieu van der Poel did his thing to ride nearly 60km solo to win back to back Monuments and back to back Paris-Roubaix's. Crashes marred the Tour of the Basque and the Warren brothers discuss possible reasons for seemingly more crashes in the peloton.

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. The Warren brothers cover the end of the Volta a Catalunya, as well as the races up to through the Tour of Flanders where Mathieu van der Poel won in dominating fashion. Dean talked to Sepp Kuss in Barcelona as well as Larry Warbasse before stage 7 at Catalunya.

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Randy and Dean Warren recap the amazing overall win by Team Visma Lease a Bike's American Matteo Jorgenson. Jorgenson overtook fellow American Brandon McNulty (UAE Team Emirates) on the final stage and held off attacks from pre-race favorite Remco Evenepoel (Soudal Quick-Step). The Warren brothers talk about possible winners for the upcoming monument Milan-Sanremo one day race.

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Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. The opening Belgium classics season produced a dominant performance by Visma-Lease a Bike and exceptional riding by American Matteo Jorgenson, the new kid on the block for the powerhouse Dutch squad. American Kristen Faulkner snuck away to steal the Omloop van het Hageland classic for EF Education-Cannondale. The UAE Tour produced a surprise ending. The Warren brothers are looking forward to this weekend's Strade Bianche and the two week long stage races coming up.

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the opening 2024 classics road race season starting with Omloop Het Nieuwsblad on Saturday. The Warren brothers discuss the latest results from the UAE Tour and the O Gran CamiƱo races. Dean opens the podcast with sharing his face plant accident on his mountain bike which can be seen online on @dean_trips IG and YouTube accounts.  

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own exploits on two wheels. GCN still produces excellent weekly roundup videos but you can watch and listen to our takes on what has happened in each of the Warren Cycling Podcast episodes. The cyclocross world champions won handily and Brandon McNulty won the overall at the Comunitat Valenciana stage race with Will Barta taking an excellent final stage win with a long solo breakaway. The Warren brothers discuss the good and the bad of a potential Saudi money backed cycling reformation.

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits.  The Warren brothers look at the stage races in Saudi Arabia, Spain and the protest marred French race.  Randy and Dean discuss the upcoming cyclocross world championships coming up in a few days in the Czech Republic.  Looking for a gravel camp this spring, go to warrencycling.com

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Randy & Dean talk about professional bicycle racing and their own cycling exploits. The Santos Tour Down Under has been dominated in the sprint stages by Bora Hansgrohe's lead out and the finishing by Sam Welsford. Mexican neo pro UAE Team Emirates' Isaac Del Toro takes a surprise stage two win. Randy discusses the concept of durability.

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Randy & Dean Warren talk about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own cycling exploits. Randy recounts some of the endurance conference he recently attended in Charlotte, North Carolina. Indoor E-sports world championships to be held in Abu Dhabi this October. Mathieu van der Poel continues his domination in cyclocross and crosses off some spring road races from his calendar. Lidl - Trek's Quinn Simmons to race at the SantosTour Down Under after considering prematurely ending his cycling career.

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Randy & Dean Warren talk about cycling related news on the professional level as well as person cycling exploits. Randy prepares for a conference in Charlotte and braves the cold recently to ride outdoors. Australia holds their national road championships with the Tour Down Under coming up soon. The new professional kits have been revealed for 2024. The cyclocross racing has been dominated by Mathieu van der Poel and gets a little argy bargy.

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In Episode 149 Rally Pro Cycling's Emma White joins Randy and Dean to talk about her recent track cycling at the London World Cup Track event.  Emma also shares her experiences as a student athlete, and her decision to pursue an Olympic dream by racing on the track which takes her away from cyclocross racing.  The Warrens touch on some road news notably the eminent sponsor search for Team Sky.