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A special group of kids are learning to lose the training wheels.
The Easter Seals Capper Foundation’s summer camp, ‘iCan Bike’, got under way this week.
It teaches children with disabilities how to ride a conventional bike.
The specially designed bikes teach balance, independence and confidence.
A celebration and recognition dinner was held Thursday night and awards will be presented on Friday.
‘iCan Bike’ is a program by the nonprofit organization ‘iCan Shine’, which helps those with disabilities.