Thirteen Kansas children with disabilities will be able to move around a little easier.
They each received new specially made tricycles custom fit for their needs from the organization known as Ambucs.
Ambucs has been around since 1922 but there has not been a chapter in Wichita until the last couple of years. Their goal is to create mobility and independence for people with disabilities.
Each kids was recommended by a physical therapist for the tricycle.
"Every kid loves the bikes, they don't just like them, they love them." Says L.P. Jordan, President of Air Capital Ambucs. "It gives them freedom, they sit on the front porch and watched brother and sister ride up and down the street wanting to get out there and now they can get out there and ride them."
Each tricycle cots between $400and $1400 to make. Organizers say they couldn't make or buy them without donations.
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