Michael Hutchinson

Cycling Weekly March 6 2014 issue

March 6 2014 issue

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Dr. Hutch: why bother training?

During the dark, cold, wet days of winter, I ride my bike only when I feel like it. I’m neither a professional cyclist nor a psychotic masochist (a Venn diagram…

Cycling Weekly February 27 2014 issue

February 27 2014 issue

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Cycling Weekly February 20 2014 issue

February 20 2014 issue

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Dr. Hutch: don’t want to hear it

I  am a man with few human weaknesses. I spent years as a full-time bike rider, during which I bowed to no one in the single-mindedness of my overtraining, or…

Cycling Weekly February 13 2014 issue

February 13 2014 issue

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January 30 2014 issue

Cycling Weekly January 30 2014 issue on sale now priced £2.99 NEWS Clubs frozen out of VeloPark Box Hill, Strava sensation Richie Porte storms Down Under Racing around the country…

Dr. Hutch: Competitive cyclists

Competitive cyclists possess many of the skills prized in the workplace... shame they are too busy recovering to utilise them, muses the Doc

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Dr. Hutch: delusions of fitness

Inspired by his pal's delusions of fitness, the Doc decides to go into business as a calculatedly flattering, charitable coach

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Dr. Hutch: the winter racer

If you can't beat the reviled winter racer, says the doc, you might as well join them. Here's how you do it

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Dr. Hutch: too ill to ride?

They say a little exercise helps you get over a cold, but working out when you're ill is a terrible idea, as the Doc's ride-mate Bernard unwittingly exemplifies

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Dr. Hutch: brainless town planning

Gazing into his crystal water bottle, 
the Doc imagines what kind of brainless town planning helped to create some of the UK's worst cycle lanes