Standiford tested out her bike in the parking lot before taking it home with her. Carter Skaggs | UK photo

Adapted bike brings ‛pure happiness’ to UK cerebral palsy patient

Most children start riding bicycles between 3 and 8 years old, but 21-year-old Jessica Standiford had never owned a bike that met her needs as a person with cerebral palsy. However, her therapists at the UK HealthCare Outpatient Therapy Clinic at Cardinal Hill had the perfect idea to make her goal of riding a bike become a reality.