As you know, Yonder Projects is the CAMMPAE of Cycling & Other. That’s our POV. That’s our Mission Statement. Our world, our purview, our purpose in life. And in 2017—which is basically already over, as such this post is at least five months late, it’s a long story but basically we’re doing our best—that means four key initiatives:
- American Recreation: RECREATION IS THE PUREST EXPRESSION OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT
- Clewis and Lark: reDISCOVERING THE LEWIS AND CLARK TRAIL, AUDITING AN “AMERICAN PRESENCE”
- Project Y: A MULTIMEDIA INVESTIGATION INTO TYPE II FUN FROM THE POV OF THE DK200 (AND THE FULL SPECTRUM OF SCIENCE)
- Manual for Speed: A CONTEMPORARY STUDY OF SPECTACLE (ROAD RACING)
But how do we execute Y-PROJ? Here’s how: we rely on Performance Journalism™, which is the seamless synthesis of exploration, embed-tech and new-media documentation. That all makes sense, right, but what does it look like? And more specifically, what does it look like per project? Great question—that’s why we invented this Technical Manual.