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Brodie’s Freedom Wheels

Posted on 6th Sep 2019

Brodie is a bubbly nine-year-old boy who is living with Down Syndrome. He loves to dance, sing, perform and ride his bike. Finding the right bike for Brodie has always been difficult for mum, Julie. “He couldn’t ride a bike at all because there were none that were specific for his needs. We did try […]

Michael’s Bike

Posted on 14th Aug 2019

Michael is a bright 9-year-old who is social and outgoing, always wanting to play with everyone. He is so active, his mother, Michelle is always trying to keep up with his but as she said, “he likes to go fast”. Michael had been involved in a lot of sports but always had an interest in […]

Sign up for Spring Cycle 2019

Posted on 19th Jun 2019

Freedom Wheels are delighted to announce that we are the official charity partner for Spring Cycle on Sunday, 13th October. Register for the event or sign up to fundraise today and help children living with a disability, like Lila, achieve their dream of cycling and more. Click to Register Click to Fundraise Lila is a […]

Riding with Freedom!

Posted on 13th Jun 2019

Last month, we caught up with Mitchel and his mum, Sarah, a long-time client of TAD. They shared their experiences working with TAD and the many adventures they have been able to conquer as a family with the help of Mitchel’s custom equipment. Mitchel is living with Cerebral Palsy which affects his ability to walk or […]

Max’s Freedom Wheels

Posted on 1st Mar 2019

“Max is 9 years old, he’s an easy going, happy boy who loves playing outside,” said Max’s dad Peter. Max was diagnosed at age 2 with Autism and Global Development Delay. “He experiences weakness in his muscles and has some trouble walking,” said Peter. Max had tried riding a small bike with training wheels but […]

Ahmad’s Freedom Wheels

Posted on 4th Dec 2018

“Ahmad is a happy and helpful 11-year-old boy. He has a positive outlook on life,” said Ahmad’s Mum, Jamal. Ahmad lives with Spina Bifida and uses a walking frame to move about. At school he can navigate the classroom with his walker, but it is difficult for him to join in the games at lunch […]

Tom’s Freedom Wheels

Posted on 5th Nov 2018

“Tom’s an energetic 8-year-old he loves going fast on the motorbike and playing outdoors,” said mum Lisa. “Tom has Phelan-McDermid Syndrome and part of this syndrome is being on the Autism spectrum, he is nonverbal and needs assistance to do things like eating and dressing. Tom used to be able to speak and ride a […]

Natasha’s Story, told by mum, Lou.

Posted on 4th Oct 2018

At 20 weeks of pregnancy, Ljubica and Josh learnt that their twin girls had Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome. Their placenta was not shared equally, and baby Natasha wasn’t receiving nourishment. Immediate surgery was conducted but as a side effect, Natasha had a stroke. Ljubica tells the story. “At 30 weeks I was given the […]

Thanks to YOU Natasha will Ride The Bridge in 2018 Spring Cycle!

Posted on 12th Sep 2018

Spring Cycle is Sydney’s most iconic family-friendly bike ride offering cyclists the chance to ride the Harbour Bridge (car-free). And all Spring Cyclists can get kids with disability riding! Spring Cyclists have already raised enough to build a special new bike for Natasha. Now she will ride the Harbour Bridge with twin sister Natalia, older […]

Sydney Cycling Club Ride for Kids with Disability

Posted on 7th Sep 2018

4-year-old Alfie lives with Cerebral Palsy which has also affected his vision. Mum Laura says, “Alfie can move about using his walking frame with the help of someone to guide him. Alfie is nonverbal but understands a lot of what we say to him. He is learning some hand signals for food and bedtime.” “His […]

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