Seven Olympic track golds is a steller achievement
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
Ecstatic fans rewarded by time trial gold
Some motorists would rather you ran down old ladies than ventured onto the road but the law's not always on their side
Armitstead bags first medal for Team GB
After a week spent in France the Doc reflects on the liberal attitudes towards roadside drinking and sweary press converences...
The subtle tactics and magnificence of road racing may be lost on many. Instead of tutting, help them out...
Bradley Wiggins is a Tour winner we can believe in
The Doctor takes us through selected highlights from Cycling Weekly's December 2012 review of the year
You wait 109 years for a British winner and two come along at once
Winning has more do to with genetics... Well, it does if the Doc's mate Bernard is to be believed
Dare we believe that we're heading for our first ever British Tour de France victory?
If you're going to parade your oily bike through a hotel reception, best make sure it has a pristine carpet, warns the Doc
300 Cycling Weekly readers took part in this year's Maratona dles Dolomites mass start ride in Italy
Our riders are tearing up the Tour de France
CW Eyewitness: A look behind the scenes at last night's Tour de France team presentation
Tawdry tax smear is a low blow
Australian Zak Dempster won the Tour Series with Rapha-Condor-Sharp in 2011, and he played a big part in Endura Racing winning it in 2012.
The overall women's winner talks us through her experience of this year's event
Ticket allocation for cycling races has been as shambolic as it has for other Olympic events