Bikers Rally to Create Special Memories for Huntington Child

Bikers Rally to Create Special Memories for Huntington Child

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — For Patricia David, seeing her 12-year-old son with cerebral palsy struggle to get around never gets easier.

However, thanks to three local motorcycle clubs, her son was able to forget his ailments for a brief period of time and enjoy life like a typical 6th-grader.

Ever since David’s son, J.P., saw the movie “Ghost Rider” with Nicholas Cage, he has fallen in love with motorcycles.

“He just thought it was so cool,” David said. “But he realizes he’d never be able to actually ride one himself because of his conditions.”

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