Oklahoma camp helps kids with disabilities to ride bicycles
July 16, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Libby Pellow's father described her experience at camp as "kind of miraculous."
Libby was one of 18 children with disabilities who learned how to ride a bicycle during the iCan Bike camp.
Libby, 12, was transformed from a child who could not ride at all to a confident rider. She has a cognitive disorder that made it difficult for her to learn how to ride before the camp.
"It's kind of miraculous at the end of the week when they get on a bike and ride it, because you've spent so many hours before trying, really with very little success," her father Blake Pellow said.