There's stacks more cycling to do before autumn arrives
With six French road race wins this season alone, Doug is now considering which offers from prospective teams will progress him to the next level
Tour hero set to be a heavyweight on the track again
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
Doug Dewey gives us his second blog and talks about the peaks and troughs of his cycling life so far...
Cycling funding needs to be spent wisely
Doug Dewey talks us through his latest races abroad...
Why Scotland's Niceway Code has been under fire
Even I have to admit capital event was awesome
Could London's towpaths really offer cyclists a better alternative to the road network?
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...
Talent not trickery won the 100th Tour
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
Sky leader's stunning mountain attack
Blog: An estimated 2,500 riders turn out for London Cycling Campaign's protest ride last night. CW was amongst them
From Moto 514, Luke Evans, witnessed the drama unfold on Mont Ventoux as he piloted photographer Graham Watson at the Tour de France
Under-fire Sky leader keeps his cool
One of the great things about bike racing, ventures the Doc, is that, if you don't like the results, you can unilaterally annul them