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(Left to right) Ryann Giorgi, Maia Call, Victoria Petermann, and Jolie Day work on maintenance for Call's bike. Day, one of Moon Cycle's founders, said "I wanted to learn how to work on bikes with my friends, and in an environment where I didn’t feel like I was being judged because I didn’t know how to do everything on a bike."


Ryann Giorgi tests out her bike outside of the ReCYCLEry after replacing the handlebars on Tuesday, April 12. "I want women to feel special. I want folks who are gender noncomforming to feel special and to come in and to know that they can work on their bike and learn about their bike without being labeled a certain thing or being limited by their gender at all."

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