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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 150: Happy New Year

Warren Cycling Podcast

Release Date: 01/08/2019

Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 216: World Tour Returns show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 216: World Tour Returns

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In a rare two episode release day, the Warren brothers talk about the latest in professional cycling as the 2020 road race season has resumed in Europe.  Multiple races have taken place and are in progress as Randy and Dean break down the first World Tour race in the second half of the season, Strade Bianche.  The Warrens also talk about the stage races that took place in Spain and France and the tragic finish at stage 1 in Poland.  

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 215: Leah Thomas Interview! show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 215: Leah Thomas Interview!

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The Warren Cycling Podcast caught up with Equipe Paula Ka's Leah Thomas to talk to her about her excellent Strade Bianche result as well as many other topics.  Leah shares her how she became a professional cyclist story as well as her secrets to enjoying long training rides.  She also informs on the current racing and living conditions for the professional cyclist in these coronavirus times.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 214: Michael Hernandez Interview show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 214: Michael Hernandez Interview

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Florida Velo's Michael Hernandez joins Randy and Dean Warren to talk about the recent racing in northern Georgia.  Michael also discusses his transition from aging out of Aevolo's U23 program to racing for Florida Velo.  In Spain the Volta a Burgos has completed two stages so far as the regional race has taken on a higher importance this year.  The Warrens look forward to Saturday's Strade Bianche race with the hope that it will indeed take place.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 213: The Joy of Cycling show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 213: The Joy of Cycling

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In Episode 213 Randy and Dean catch up on the latest cycling news.  The Warren brothers hold their collective breaths in the hope that the World Tour revised schedule will actually begin in the next coming weeks.  Racing has resumed in Romania for the men and Spain for women where World Champ  Annemied van Vleuten (Mitchelton-Scott) won solo the Emakumeen Nafarroako Klasikoa one day race.  Randy offers a breaking news update on Garmin's outage reason.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 212: Chris Froome on the Move show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 212: Chris Froome on the Move

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Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest professional cycling news and their own exploits on the bicycle each week.  Team Ineos elected not to renew four time Tour de France winner Chris Froome's contract after his current one expires at the end of 2020.  Israel Start-Up Nation signs Froome for five years.  Team Rally has a special expert to assist their team.  Emma Pooley sets women's Everesting record.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 211:  Ready to Race? show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 211: Ready to Race?

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Randy and Dean Warren talk each week about the latest in professional cycling as well as their own personal riding.  Dean has been riding in Germany lately and Randy is riding in North Carolina.  UAE Team Emirates' Tadej Pogacar defeated Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic in the Slovenian national time trial race, while amateur racing has gotten underway in Georgia and Colorado.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 210: Randy Everests! show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 210: Randy Everests!

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The Warren Cycling Podcast's very own Randy Warren successfully Everested, climbing 29,029 feet last week on Friday!  EF Education First's Lachlan Morton returned to set the Everesting record as his first attempt was nullified by bad data.  USA Cycling asks Billy Innes to step down and Team Jumbo Visma's Primoz Roglic wins the Slovenian National Road Race Championship.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 209: Randy's Big Day show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 209: Randy's Big Day

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The Warren brothers are back after Dean's cross country move to talk about the latest in cycling.  Randy plans an everest attempt and Lachlan Morton of EF Education First breaks the record on a familiar climb.  Bora-hansgrohe's Peter Sagen sticks to his plans to ride the Giro and forgo Flanders and Roubaix.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 208: National Bike Shortage show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 208: National Bike Shortage

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Randy and Dean Warren catch up on the latest cycling news including more Everesting attempts.  The Warren brothers discuss group riding during these coronavirus times and talk about the bicycle boom in the United States.  Bicycle shops across the nation are facing supply shortages as more people are buying bikes and getting out and riding.

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Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 207: Changes to Strava show art Warren Cycling Podcast Episode 207: Changes to Strava

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In Episode 207 Randy and Dean Warren talk about the latest cycling news including the changes at Strava.  Dean reveals his failed attempt to wear a mask during exercise, and Randy discusses his upcoming Everest attempt.  The UCI has a full calendar out and the Warren brothers hope for lots of racing in the fall to talk about. Team Ineos' Chris Froome celebrates his 35th birthday and will most likely change teams next year.

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In the first podcast of the new year Randy and Dean talk about the latest in professional cycling.  The Warrens attention is drawn to the road season which gets underway in Australia with the national championships and the Tour Down Under.  Randy and Dean talk about the big list of new World Tour riders and try to figure out how to pronounce Deceuninck-Quickstep.  The Warrens finish with the latest in cyclocross racing in Europe.