“My theory is that couples only ever break up or get together around the World Championships or the Olympic Games”
Simon and Adam Yates need to be recognised for their honesty in admitting that there are two of them, says Dr Hutch
“Manon and I are sharing a room and plotting the downfall of what were last month our team-mates but this month our rivals”
Cycling’s questionable morality is nothing new but now’s the time to align its rules with its ethics, says Dr Hutch
“On top of that, getting the day to day right is far more difficult because it’s boring and requires the least sexy of the sporting virtues: patience and consistency”
Hardriders events are strictly for the soft-headed, says the Doc, who has suffered through a few himself
Katie Archibald has a few nerves before the 2018 Track Cycling World Championships - but it's nothing her brain can't handle
Dr Hutch ponders the only question that truly matters: why do you ride a bike?
Away from the headlines about Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins the DCMS report highlights the woeful lack of funding for anti-doping organisations.
It may lack history, but the Italian one-day race is serving up some of the most spectacular racing all season
“When I want to meet up with my mother I’ll text her and say, ‘Want to cook me dinner tonight?’ And she continually puts up with it — it’s outrageous”…
It’s the “trial” bit you need to worry about, not the “reliability” bit, says Dr Hutch. But just what are they? And should you be riding one?
Olympic and world champion, Katie Archibald got into cycling after winning handicap races on a Highland Games grass track. She writes a column for Cycling Weekly each week My first…
I was out for a ride last week with my friend Bernard. It was a little depressing. I’m not as fit as I should be, and I’ve sunk to something…
“I’d applauded this result with the kind of patronising affection only a younger sibling can provide. I made it about me”
As you may recall, I’ve taken to adding a bit of running to my cycling. And I’m going to make a horrifying admission — I quite like running. Not as…
“I said it wasn’t a medal from a palace that I dream of when I raced my bike, that it felt like a social rating and a hierarchy that I…
"That voice in your head can rarely be trusted. Like that time it said I’d already eaten enough and didn’t need to see the dessert menu"
Dr Hutch bemoans the fact that today's cycling scandals are just too damn scientific
Comment: Il Corriere’s claim that Chris Froome wants to negotiate a backdated ban adds to the confusion over his salbutamol case
“I can only assume someone licked me in my sleep because I honestly feel woozy from all the hand foaming I’ve done”
You may recall from last week that I’m planning some building works, to turn our house into what Mrs Doc complains will be a sort of spa for pampered bicycles.…
Banning cyclists from a road that they have every right to be on because it is 'dangerous' puts the blame in the wrong place
“Am I subconsciously keen to enter so I have an excuse for doing poorly in the pursuit, an event I’m essentially afraid of?”
Dr Hutch's home improvement plan comprises an opulent bicycle storage facility and a new toilet-roll holder