Weʼre raising £10,000 to Help create the first all disabled motorcycle race team and to help other disabled people learn to ride again or for the first time.
- Clevedon, United Kingdom
- Disability support
- Time left
- 36 days to go
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In 2014 Chris Ganley had a life changing injury and became an left arm amputee ending his military career but that didn't stop him from adapting his racing bike and riding again.
Chris was a part of the army's race team and wants to continue racing and helping others that want to ride.
The goal is to create an all disabled team from riders to pit crew and everything in between this would be the first all disabled team.
This isn't are only goal, we understand what it's like to lose a passion or not to be able to do something because of a disability, so we want to help people learn to ride again or for the first time with adapted bikes and if they like it help provide additional help getting them bikes and adaptations, road ready with the potential of joining and expanding the teams portfolio.
Your funding will help with training days, maintenance and repair costs, buying new /used equipment, adaptations, entry fees for competitions, advertising for sponsorships and equipment for getting others bike ready.
We currently have a very small team and with your help we can show
everyone having a disability doesn't have to mean you stop your dreams from coming true.
If you would like to know more feel free at ask, there is no such thing as a stupid question. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sep 16, 2016
Proud of you, Chris. Go for it.
Sep 14, 2016
I,velost some balance and a lot of muscle strength;I suffer from Cluster headache and I've sort of given up hope of riding a bike again.I'm 67.
Sep 13, 2016
Good luck, Chris. Still want a shot on that bike of yours :-)
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