1.12 ONEMORELAP SHORTSåÊ
By: David Millar
18 years as a professional, over a thousand days racing under my belt, and yet there was one day‰۪s racing I‰۪d never completed - Paris-Roubaix. In my final year, 2014, it was one of my primary objectives, to finish that is. 257 km, 28 cobbled sections totalling nearly 60 km, and two laps of a velodrome. I did it all, apart from the last lap. I stood in the middle of that most famous of velodromes, helmet off, knocking back a Fanta, face covered in dirt, feeling a bit of a hero. Until my wife told me I had one more lap to do. ONEMORELAP? That pretty much summed up my final year, it wasn‰۪t exactly a blaze of glory. Still, I love that race, and when it came to finding inspiration for new interpretation of our classic base layer there was only one classic worth representing, the Queen of them all.åÊ
The ONEMORELAP bib short is robust. But comfortable. It feels like it‰۪s up to a six hour ride across the cobbles. The chamois is an evolution of the one I used my last four years as a pro, only dedicated to my good friend Lord Latymer. But that is another story. This is the Chpt3 ONEMORELAP bib short, a reminder to us all that sometimes finishing can be as important as winning.
- 240g Forza fabric with 38% Lycraå¨ content for perfect compressive fit.
- Chpt. 3 exclusive Progetto X2 Air chamois featuring the Latymer clause
- Printed mesh bibs with Roubaix velodrome perspective
- Embossed logos
- No sew silicone leg gripper elastic