Riley will be riding in the Spring Cycle to raise enough funds to provide ten Freedom Wheels bikes for other kids with disabilities.
Remember when you first rode a bike? You were so proud and couldn’t wait to go even faster. It is such a milestone in a child’s life but many children with disabilities are told they can never ride a bike. Freedom Wheels changes that.
TAD’s special Freedom Wheels bikes are built to meet each child’s individual needs allowing them to ride when never thought possible.
Riley is a determined 10 year old who loves the Roosters and karate and is living with cerebral palsy. This affects his legs significantly and he has weaknesses in both his hands. Riley gets around mostly using a wheelchair but it is on his custom-made Freedom Wheels bike that Riley comes into his own. He will be riding his Freedom Wheel bike in the iconic Spring Cycle along with his twin brother, Bradley, his family and friends this Sunday 18 October.
You can show your support and make a huge difference by helping Riley meet his target of $10,000 to provide ten Freedom Wheels bikes to other kids just like him.
— 7 News Sydney (@7NewsSydney) October 17, 2015