Bike camp teaches children with disabilities to pedal with confidence

OMAHA, Ne - For the past week, volunteers have been working with children with disabilities, getting them ready to ride a bike.

Friday, metro kids participating in ICan Bike Camp, got to ride on their own for the first time.

This is the first time in three years volunteers have put on the camp.

"We have to have between 150 to 200 volunteers every camp," Candice Mullendore with Pediatric Therapy Center said.

Autism Society of Nebraska also sponsors the camp. At this camp, 40 riders are now pedaling with confidence.

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