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A Weirdly Honest Type-II Fun Cycling Film
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This festival cut of the full documentary, Project Y looks at why humans pursue type-two fun. Filmmakers Kyle von Hoetzendorff and Daniel Pasley follows a group of cyclists as they prepare for gravel grinding’s hardest race, the Dirty Kanza. But at the next level, it’s also kind of humorous and irreverent. We’ll let you be the judge.