Clive's Cumbrian Way made a difference in 2011 through Cash for Kids, raising £5200.
Cash for Kids gets applications for specialist bikes and here are some of the kids we have helped:
Zach - suffers from cerebral palsy and development delay. The money from this year's Clive's Cumbrian Way will pay for a tricycle for Zach.
Ellie - is autistic and finds it difficult to access physical activity. She likes cycling but due to lack of balance she needs a specialist trike. The money from Clive's Cumbrian Way was used to buy the bike.
Reuben - suffers from delay in his gross motor development and has recently learned to walk and a bike would help strengthen his legs and help improve his balance and co-ordination. Cash for Kids provided Reuben with a new bike.
Georgina - requires on-going operations due to illness when she was a baby. She has growth problems with her bones which has impaired her ability to walk. Cash for kids bought a special bike so she can be more independent and can be like 4 siblings and her friends.
Matthew - has Cerebral Palsy in his legs, which means he can't walk unaided. A tricycle would strengthen his legs and give him some independence. His mum asked for a special tricycle for him worth over £900 which we were happy to supply.
Cash for Kids would like to thank everyone who took part in the ride and everyone who sponsored a rider or just supported the event. The money raised will make a real difference to children's lives.