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Front desk staff Kaitlin Hughes did an incredible job writing down the song list and the associated RPM (how fast to cycle the pedal) and also the gear range. Truth be told, the learning curve for a deaf person who has never experienced it before might be pretty steep - it's very difficult. Myself having experienced it with a cycling partner who knew sign language, I knew how it works. So the written list along with leader Meghan's gestures of when new song/phase starts plus when to turn up the gear was extremely helpful! Thank you for going the extra mile to make my experience so much easier!!

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