There's nothing quite like riding buddies, is there? With friends like these, who needs powermeters?
Cyclist hater Alan Brazil is the perfect man to emulate when it comes to dealing with any type of bike rider you dislike, reckons the Doc
Dr Hutch is away this week. Instead, we bring you this appeal, by a senior member of the British Association of Slightly Batty Right-Wing Newspaper Columnists.
Interval training? Got that horrible burning sensation in your legs? Better check it's not actually because your turbo-trainer has combusted
Those Edam-munching windmill dwellers have got cycle culture sorted - and the lack of gradient is just a happy coincidence
The Doc gets all hot under the collar over a picture of Vicky Pendleton in her special pants
The first rule of track cycling, discovers the Doc, is that you don't talk about a 'mishap' without having first fallen off
Having passed through a period of great cycling wisdom, the Doc is decending on a spiral of unknowing into a put of abject doubt
Pass a test to ride a bike? That's fine by the Doc - provided all motorists have to pass it, too
Cycling could learn a thing or two from gymnastics and swimming, says the Doc, as he contemplates a spectacular new event
The Doc and his new rollers are banished to the garage, where things start to get out of control...
The Doc hails the first real summer of cycling
The Doctor opens his arms wide and lets the general public into the secrets of bicycle racing
Handshake-Gate has exposed this country's troubled relationship with its once-cherished etiquette, but the Doc's not wasting any effort lamenting its decline
Some motorists would rather you ran down old ladies than ventured onto the road but the law's not always on their side
After a week spent in France the Doc reflects on the liberal attitudes towards roadside drinking and sweary press converences...
The Doctor takes us through selected highlights from Cycling Weekly's December 2012 review of the year
Multiple time trial champion Michael Hutchinson casts a beady eye over the kit and techniques employed in Monday's time trial
If you're going to parade your oily bike through a hotel reception, best make sure it has a pristine carpet, warns the Doc
Michael Hutchinson comments on the outcome of Alberto Contador's clenbuterol case