Can Bradley Wiggins provide the spark to reignite Team GB's winning ways on the track before the 2016 Olympic Games?
Recalling simple pre-power meter training, the Doc laments that suffering isn’t as easy as it used to be
British riders' success on the road was balanced by a disappointing performance at the Track World Championships
Nick Bull admires the view from the 2015 Tour of Oman's toughest stage, even if he didn't know what was happening beneath him
Hutch’s resistance to the whole sorry Armstrong saga reaches its limit
As the years roll by, Hutch looks to fight the aging process — or at least tamper with his power files
Down but not out. That’s the verdict on Alex Dowsett, who broke his collarbone a little over a month out from a World Hour Record attempt. At midday last Tuesday,…
The long-suffering Doc tries to dissuade Bernard from a life spent chasing vicarious glory through ‘borrowed’ children. It’s nearly as bad as it sounds…
Depth of the Rabobank team's doping practices is revealed in testimonies given during Geert Leinders investigation
The Essax Shark saddle tops our list of most-read articles in 2015... but why?
The appalling British weather... the endless illnesses... the expensive winter cycling clothes. You love it really
Could a new approach see Manxman Mark Cavendish back on top in 2015?
2014 had seemingly been mapped out as another great year for British cycling. But the blueprint was flawed. The Doc discusses an eventful, if unpredictable, year…
Bradley Wiggins’s Graham Norton chat was just a bit of fun
The return of cold weather forces the Doc into the darkest corners of his winter wardrobe — with hellish results...
Robert Garbutt discovers the great indoors... on his bike
Tour de France visit tops a brilliant 2014 season
The Doc has seen a profile of the average Cycling Weekly reader, and he can’t believe what he sees...
Great Britain team's London Track Cycling World Cup performance was good news for Rio 2016 Olympic Games
The team pursuit is a beautiful event. It’s simplicity – two teams on the track racing against each other over four kilometres – has seen it maintain its position as…
Avoid the new genre of helmet-cam disaster movies, says the Doc. They may record reality but they have an unnerving power to distort your sense of risk for good
Vincenzo Nibali plays down Astana doping cases
As the world turns on its axis, Mark Cavendish works while sprint rival Marcel Kittel relaxes
I proudly present one of this column’s occasional flirtations with the provision of useful information to make your riding safer and more comfortable. So come in and sit down. I’ll…
British Cycling continues to get bigger and better