Help special needs kids get out and bike

“He has defied all the odds of what doctors thought he would be able to do. He’s learned to walk, he’s in school, he’s a funny little guy and continues to make progress constantly,” said Michelle Morris, Rillen’s mother. Rillen is a twin and was born at just 23 weeks. His brother passed away after 6 days and now at 7-years-old, Rillen is a determined and compassionate kid.

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