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Welcome to Vague Direction

Welcome to the Vague Direction project. The website has just gone live today, so there’s a lot that’s new to share! Have a look around, and take a look at some brand new video content: The Vague Direction intro video. Have a quick look at a short project promo film. An Interview with Mark Beaumont, […]

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Interview with Mark Beaumont

Before the Vague Direction project commenced, I met up with Mark Beaumont to discuss several topics that relate to the project. The obvious one is endurance cycling. In 2008, he smashed the world record for cycling round the world. After that, he cycled from Alaska to Southern Argentina, climbing Denali and Aconcagua along the way. So […]

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VIDEO: Injuries and Rehabilitation

I met with Graham Theobald from The Body Rehab clinic recently to try to and gain a bit of knowledge when it comes to cycling injuries and prevention. He’s currently doing a PhD in cycling-related knee pain, and is a die-hard cyclist, so it was really useful and eye opening to talk to him about […]

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Slight setback.

Had to put the commencement date back by three weeks, so now it all kicks off on the 7th November. Getting itchy feet now, but the delay does bring positives in terms of preparedness for sure. I suppose it makes sense to at least get a couple of big days in now too, test the […]

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If not now, when?

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with […]

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The best form of training.

I haven’t been doing any training for the past few weeks. What with finishing work, and organising logistics, there’s little time to make room for anything else. Before that I did the odd 50Km on a training bike, but it’s safe to say that any gains made by that are long gone. But to be […]

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The wheels – starting to take shape.

About 5 or 6 years ago, I was fully into trials riding. With riding everyday, and the strain that the trials bike came under, came a required knowledge of bike maintenance. There was a time when bleeding brakes, building wheels, replacing brake pads was part of the daily post-ride routine. But that’s long gone. Now, […]

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When I finished work two weeks ago to focus full-time on getting everything in place for Vague Direction to commence, I made some presumptions: It’ll be nice and relaxing, no pressure from outside sources, I’ll get to take my time and organise everything with plenty of time to spare. Maybe even throw in a couple […]

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