Business Club Delivers Special Bike to Girl with Cerebral Palsy

By Taylor Langston


Kira Berry is no average 4-year-old girl. Her life today is more of a miracle than her parents ever thought possible.

“Doctors gave us worst case scenario that she wouldn’t be past the physical or mental age of 5 months,” her mom Tiffany says.

Kira has cerebral palsy, making tasks like walking a challenge.

But she has stepped over the hurdles in her life, overcoming all odds and silencing the critics.

She gets stronger every day, thanks to treatments, her dad’s gentle helping hand, and mom’s unfailing encouragement.

And even though she’s as independent as all 4-year-olds can be, she’s getting a bit of help from a group of Lubbock business leaders.

AMBUCS, the American Businesses Club, is on a mission to provide mobility to kids with disabilities.

They provide Amtrykes, therapeutic bicycles that make mobility easier and more fun while making kids stronger.

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