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david millar

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    Bicycles
    25.11.15
    Clothing garment, blue, cycling jersey, collar, buttons, close-up, Chpt.III jersey

    Recently retired after 18 years in professional cycling's top tier, the Scot has turned his attention to clothing "the civilian cyclist". Welcome to Chpt.III...

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    Riders
    15.10.15
    racing cyclists, riding over cobbles,

    In conversation with David Millar on his new book The Racer, centred around his final season of an 18-year professional career – a celebration of life on the road 

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    Bicycles
    13.08.15
    Racing cyclist, base layer, stripes, David Millar, CIII, base layer

    “Chapter Three is now. This is the next phase." Cycling's eloquent individualist on fashion, elegance, and clothing the "civilian" cyclist 

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    Riders
    19.03.15
    Racing cyclist, black kit, riding up steep hill, lined by houses on either side, white Maserati sports car following, David Millar

    If David Millar considered his time fully occupied as a rider, his new career looks busier still. Retirement from two wheels has its perks – and at least one of them has four

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    Performance
    06.02.15
    Kitchen Confidential: Sizzle Kicks with Garmin Chef Sean

    "I’m going to tell them: you need to eat this and get out of here." Garmin's Sean Fowler lays on some clean protein for the team time trial

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    Riders
    19.11.14
    David Millar: Closing Time

    As he bows out of professional cycling, David Millar discusses the highs and lows of his journey from "diva-like talent" to road captain.

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    Bicycles
    12.11.14
    Weekly Wibble: Retirement - Heaven or Hell?

    Stuff and nonsense from the week in pro cycling. November 12: The retiring cyclist's identity crisis, Tinkoff-Saxo stats and Hinault's 60th birthday.

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    Riders
    10.11.14
    David Millar: next generation of British pros will surpass my achievements

    Newly-retired Scot backs young talents to build on success of Wiggins, Cavendish et al