Up ahead, Kisha and Jen's unmarked taxi drops them off at Seven Mile Bridge. "Kisha, we going by foot?" Jen hollers as they run to the end of the bridge. "No, hell no, we're going by tricycle," Kisha yells back, being the first to spot the fleet of adult-sized tricycles parked near the railing. "That's seven miles, girl, I ain't in that type of shape!" They each put on a helmet, hop on a trike, and start pedaling, with Jen in the lead while Kisha struggles. You can tell she's struggling because she says, "I'm struggling." The bridge span has clearly not been used for motor traffic in some time, if ever, because it's pretty narrow and there's are effective curbs of low concrete barriers running along the length of it, not more than eight feet apart. Jen says it's like riding a bike. I imagine it is, but with an extra wheel. The Globetrotters show up at the bridge somewhere behind them and get going. Up ahead, out on the causeway, Kisha is lagging further behind Jen, who pants, "Please stop with the wind." Indeed, it's like the wind is the fourth team this leg. Either that or it's Jesus thinking, "Man, if I don't help Mallory out I'm never going to hear the end of it." The Globetrotters are standing up on the pedals. Kisha gets hung up on one the barriers lining the lane, causing her handlebar-cam to swing around and out of play for the rest of this sequence. The Globetrotters just keep pedaling.
Gary and Mallory invite Miss Rose over for an inspection. "Hurry before it falls!" Mallory pleads. She just holds out the clue, and Mallory bellows, "Oh, Miss Rose, we love you!" She excitedly babbles on about how they'll come back and visit and all that while Miss Rose just waits for this tiny, Miss-Rose-sized woman to shut up and read the clue and get the hell out of there already. Gary and Mallory are off to the Finish Line in last place. "You got it, I'm ready," their older female cabdriver tells them, almost as excited as Mallory herself.
Out on the bridge, Kisha has taken the lead while Jen pushes her trike on foot for a distance. Big Easy says, "Seven miles and the wind's blowing. This hurts worse than anything we've done." Kisha and Jen are passing the last bridge piling, and Big Easy finally says, "They're too far ahead of us." They realize it's a lost cause, but take it on in. "We tired hard and left everything out there," Big Easy VOs. "We had a great time," Flight Time adds.
And there's the giant mat, on a green lawn near the end of the bridge. There's Phil, and the sixteen two-time losers cheering the winners in. Luke's wearing a t-shirt that reads "The Sinister Deaf Kid TAR 14", and Zev's got his silver pajamas on. Jen and Kisha run down the pedestrian ramp to this area, telling each other they did it, like they can't believe it themselves. I'm sure they're not the only ones. Everyone looks really happy for them as they run screaming to the giant mat and jump on. Doesn't look like Kris shaved since his Philimination, by the way. Phil tells them, "Five continents, twenty-three cities, forty thousand miles, Kisha and Jen, you are the official winners of The Amazing Race, and you have won the one million dollars!" Everyone cheers, and Phil adds, "For the second time in Amazing Race history, an all-female team has won The Amazing Race!" Yup, it'll be all girls from here on out. Jen says she's proud of Kisha, and thanks her for doing this with her, saying she dragged her into it the first time. "Three second places and we came in first when it counted." Kisha agrees that they never won a leg, but the last one is what counts, and they did it. Another round of cheering. Then they get all weepy as Jen says that on the bridge, she said they were doing it for their mom. "She did a lot of work for us so now it's time to give back to her." It's almost as if they crammed this second hour onto the schedule so it would air on Mother's Day. They talk about how awesome their mom is, and Jen gets all choked up. "Aw, don't make me cry," Kisha says.