the north face parka gives all kids a chance to ride
Lila mother, Aimee Jordan, says the bike has given Lila independence. Aimee points to a cul de sac up the street from the family Plymouth home. gets to show off over there while all the kids are outside, riding her bike and not her wheelchair, Aimee says.
Jack Carlson cuts down a princess bike
was almost getting me to the point where I wanted to get out of it, I was tired of the same old thing, Jack says. then this came along and kind of restarted the spark. Welch sees a spark too in her daughter each time 7 year old Layla hoists herself up on the seat of her Jack built bike.
really the ability for her to be a kid, for her to have freedom and for her to go fast, says Katie, who looked at hundreds of bikes for Layla that didn work, before she found Jack.
said it wasn possible and here he was picking up all these different parts and putting it together in this puzzle, Layla’s mother says.
7 year old Layla Welcon on her bike rebuilt by Jack Carlson
Smiling broadly, Layla peddles her pink bike up the sidewalk away from her home. do adventures, she says. get to fit in with other people. would approve.
The smoke from his welder wafts through the garage, the molten metal on the princess bike still glows red.