Randy and Dean Warren began riding bikes as kids back in the 1970, like most growing up in a small town in the midwest. In the mid-eighties they both took up cycling a little more seriously, taking part in a 24 hour bicycle challenge (they rode 253 miles) and touring by bike from Germany to Rome. During that trip, Dean and Randy camped along the Tour de France route for two stages in the Grenoble region and have been following the sport on the highest professional level ever since. (Well, I think two years prior they recognized Greg LeMond’s first Tour win, but nonetheless witnessing their first Tour de France live made a lasting impact). Randy has been involved in cycling in many facets through racing, coaching and serving on the USA Cycling board as well as running camps, clinics and training weeks in the US and in Italy. Dean has raced, and toured as well as photographed the top races in the world. Dean has interviewed top racers and contributed to the online publication Florida Cycling Magazine from 2010-2014.