Eight-year old Ted McKenzie recently completed a three-week charity bike ride with his dad spanning the entire length of New Zealand in support of the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation. The duo raised more than $50,000 for the organization, yet Ted thinks of the journey as his way of saying thank-you. Ted has cerebral palsy, a condition that makes it difficult for him to walk, much less ride a bicycle. But the $4,000 grant his family received from the Halberg Foundation to buy a tandem bike made the cross-country ride possible. Taking breaks in the support van his mother drove and riding alongside his father, Ted’s muscles and spirit grew stronger throughout the trek. “It was rehabilitative because he was forced to pedal,” his father Adrian said. “It was not just good for him physically but good for his spirit as well.”
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