Chpt. III is new yet
it already has a history.
The previous chapters were written
in the world of professional cycling.
the first one years
(1) David Millar climbs behind Lance Armstrong and Iban Mayo in the 2003 Dauphine-Libere (photograph Graham Watson)
(2) David Millar confronts the media after winning the opening stage of the 2000 tour de france (photograph Graham Watson)
(3) David Millar shows the scars after a crash in the 2002 Criterium International (photograph Graham Watson)
the second nine years
(1) David Millar leading the bunch during stage one of the 2008 Criterium International (photograph Graham Watson)
(2) David Millar wearing the maglia rosa during stage five of the 2011 Giro d’Italia (photograph Graham Watson)
(3) David Millar wins stage twelve of the 2012 Tour de France (photograph Graham Watson)
the next chapter
Chpt III has racing history.
I started working with Castelli in 2006, developing pro race apparel, we worked together, all the time pushing the envelope, and in the process becoming the benchmark for racing tech.
As my career came to an end I realised I would no longer have that relationship, I’d have to wear clothing somebody else had designed. I didn’t want that. I wanted to create cycling clothing that was constructed for my new life as a non-racer, only designed for riding, not racing, but still with the latest tech and with a collaboration that I’d always known.
This is the next chapter.