JettRide

The JettRide is a cross country cycle tour for teens to raise funds and awareness to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Wednesday – July 30, 2014

Posted on August 01, 2014

Today the JettRiders traveled 25 miles from Temperance, MI to Curtis, OH.  Because the day was so short, we went for a late breakfast in Toledo then visited the Imagination Station (Toledo’s Science Museum) and saw the special Titanic exhibit, with many artifacts lifted directly from 12,000 ft under the Newfoundland Sea.

After riding through showers, we arrived at the Henegar family house, where we played with Braedan and many family friends that came out for a big dinner. We met two local men with Duchenne, Tom Sulfaro, 44, one of the old

est men with the

condition and Travis Coll, 21. We had a blast swimming in the pond, and Kaitlyn tore the ropeswing, though luckily she did not fall onto the sharp stones. We ended the night with a late night swim with Braedan and Kailey Wolf, 10, a local girl with a movement disorder. It was a fun filled day!

– The JettRiders

 

 

 

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