Elias' Story

This is Elias’ story as told by his Mum. Elias attends our Wheels for all Centre in Woking, Surrey.

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“When Elias first started visiting Wheels for All, he had never been on a bike before. He was unable to pedal properly, nor steer a bike. I had to guide him around the track by steering the bike with a metal rod attached to the rear.

As time went by, Elias slowly started to take a little more control of the bike and then one day he just started to steer on his own. Now, he rides completely independently and, with encouragement from the excellent and helpful staff, has just moved up to a larger, faster, green 3 wheeled bike. Elias has benefitted greatly from the exercise he gets, and really enjoys coming to Wheels for All every week.

Thanks to everyone at Wheels for All for their great support and dedication over the years!”

-Elias’ mum

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