Cycling often hurts, but it isn't physical, reckon scientists, and the Doc agrees: it's a sensation doled out by a guv'nor of grimacing in our heads

Yesterdays top tech is today's budget option

Andy Lulham's experiences at the 2013 Hell of the Ashdown in Kent in February

It's not fair, ventures the doc, that seamen have their own bespoke weather forecast while we cyclist have to make do with Tomasz Schafernaker's vague prognostications

In the first of a series of blogs, Paralympic multi-champion Dame Sarah Storey outlines how to improve your riding

When it comes to cycle safety provision one local council thought of everything a cyclist might need, reports the Doc. Then they did the opposite

Beautiful route and great company: what's not to like?

Majorca Postcard: train both like and with the pros at the Iberostar Playa de Muro

The doc lays bare his bafflement at how everyone else's bikes are so uncomfortably, inanely and, above all, incorrectly set up

The doc is anticipated Oscar-winning performances all round when Lance went head-to-head with Oprah

You really shouldn’t try to teach your grandmother to suck eggs, nor your father to clean bicycles — or you’ll find yourself stumped when it comes to Christmas gift ideas…

The god of mud is displeased - which means that the Doc must sacraficed yet another virgin tubeless tyre...

Andy McGrath writes from the Amissa Bongo stage race in the Gabon, Africa

You've reached the UCI Anti Doping Hotline. While you're waiting for our next available operator, please enjoy this panpipes rendition of The Verve's ‘Drugs don't work'. Hold please...