Ride Ataxia

Ataxia is a disorder that may affect the fingers, hands, arms, legs, body, speech, and eye movements. Ride Ataxia's Kyle Bryant knows all too well the embarrassment that this disorder can bring. When he was younger, people chalked-up Kyle's incoordination to clumsiness. When he was diagnosed with Friedrich's Ataxia, Kyle felt like his life was over as there is no known cure. However, he discovered strenuous exercise helps alleviate his symptoms. Kyle started Ride Ataxia to help fund research and understanding of this complicated disorder. The Ride Ataxia Cycling Team has traveled 3,100 miles in the past two years raising invaluable Ataxia awareness and bringing together $350,000 in research funds in collaboration with the National Ataxia Foundation and the Friedrich's Ataxia Research Alliance. For more information click here or call 484-875-3015.


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