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May 27, 2020 56 min

Stories in this episode reveal the hidden pleasures and problems of exploring a new place by bicycle. It includes a Black woman’s complex experience cycling in Montana, a Denverite’s coming to terms with being “Mid-western” on the TransAm, and one traveler’s fortune of finding much-needed feminine companionship in the unlikeliest of places, a monastery. It features Devin Cowens, Cynthia Ord, and Olivia Round.

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