Published: Wednesday, 17 April 2013 04:03
Written by Jamie Naragon
Where are you going in life?
For the past few years, I have been going through a crisis of career identity, asking myself this question on a fairly regular basis. So, when I read about Dave Gill’s “Vague Direction” project, I knew this was something I needed to learn more about. Dave is engaging in a bike journey loop around the US, making a documentary about his travels and the people he encounters along the way—some of whom are very focused while others, like me, are still exploring. Dave states that “before this project, [he] wondered if [these questions of identity] were thoughts that only a select few have, but [he] realizes now that so many people struggle with being content.” So, we catch up with him and his progress a third the way through this experience:
Read more: An Introduction to Vague Direction
Published: Tuesday, 06 November 2012 01:30
Written by Betsy Baker
Northampton Cyclocross weekend, and the Sausage tent!
Photos courtesy Trailwatch.net/Jeremy Durrin
Once again, USCR is pleased to share with our readers the ongoing experiences of Jeremy Durrin's cyclocross season.
This weekend has always been one of my favorite race weekends. Since I started racing in the cat 3′s and had good success, this course has always treated me well. This year I was running my sausage tent again to raise funds for the JAM Fund. Always a little stressful to be worrying about something else besides just racing, but I was able to handle it really well with the super help of friends and family! Thanks guys!
Read more: Jeremy Durrin's Latest Blog Post