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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…
Competitive cyclists possess many of the skills prized in the workplace... shame they are too busy recovering to utilise them, muses the Doc
Inspired by his pal's delusions of fitness, the Doc decides to go into business as a calculatedly flattering, charitable coach
If you can't beat the reviled winter racer, says the doc, you might as well join them. Here's how you do it
Testing the humiliation-as-motivation principle, the Doc spills the beans about his winter training targets
The engineer behind Team GB’s all-conquering matt-black track bikes, Dimitris Katsanis, is to be appointed as a consultant to the UCI’s Equipment Commission
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
The hour needs Bradley Wiggins but will he go for it? Michael Hutchinson looks at why it will be a good thing for him and the hour record
Winter means a new set of cycling challenges, not least the thorny dilemma of what to wear on your head, says the Doc
Research finds that wearing hi-viz clothing does not affect the distance drivers leave between you and them
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
For there to be a winner in a bike race, says the Doc, there has to be losers. Loads and loads of them
Mixed racing is the way to save women's road cycling, says the Doc
Sir Wiggo has been instructed that putting on a pound or two may aid his TT aspirations. Dr Hutch muses on the matter, but not without Bernard's sagacious two-cents
Over a month since the first RideLondon, cycling's cloak of mystique has been lifted and we're about to be overrun by animal costumes, broods the Doc
These days many bike races hold stages in countries outside their native land. It's the shape of things to come, according to a memo leaked to the Doc
This week, the Doc reveals an unhealthy psychological fixation with the god of time trialling himself
When it comes to iconic cycling locations, nothing in Britain comes close to the mighty Alpe d'Huez, says the Doc. The solution? Well, we could build our own...
You can't move for Tour de France coverage these days, says the Doc, recalling a time when things were so much simpler any slower... and therefore less good
Professional cycling is no place for the technophobe, concludes the Doc, as he recalls the good old days of the sport
Were the huge crowds on the Alpe d'Huez out of control?
Michael Hutchinson looked at equipment solutions for the Tour de France mountain time trial where riders faced dilemma: Road bike, aero TT machine, or both?
Preparation for an individual time trial is significantly different than a regular race day for the riders at this years Tour, with each rider working to a unique warm-up schedule.
Multiple time trial champion Michael Hutchinson looks ahead to the Tour's stage 17 time trial from Embrun to Chorges