A bicyclist on a mission for a baby born with no hands or forearms arrived in Atlanta Friday. Hector Picard, an amputee triathlete is raising money for prosthetics for 1-year-old Jameson Davis of Spokane, WA.
Picard left from Miami, FL on Saturday, June 8 and reached Atlanta before he continues to his final destination of Spokane.
"People stare at me, you know, why not stare at me and see if I can raise money and help others," said Picard.
If all goes well for him, this 36-day adventure will cover 3,200 miles ending on July 13. If you'd like to help Picard's efforts, you can donate on his website by clicking here.
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