Dad’s Ride is very personal

Lindsay Kerr has very personal reasons for taking part in the Ride for Someone Who Can’t.  Picture: Andrew Ritchie    d442134
Lindsay Kerr has very personal reasons for taking part in the Ride for Someone Who Can’t. Picture: Andrew Ritchie d442134

Local residents Lindsay Kerr and Colin Ye will jump on their bikes and tackling the terrain next week in the Ride for Someone Who Can�t as part of the Dwellingup 100.

They will ride for Mr Kerr�s children Sarah Kerr and Robert Kerr, who are both living with a rare form of muscular dystrophy.

Lindsay said the cause was as close as it got for him.

�I have met a few people who have done the ride in previous years. Their enthusiasm and how they describe the ride has really excited me about taking part,� he said.

�My fundraising goal this year is $3000 and I am hoping to achieve this target, if not exceed it.

�I want to raise awareness of MD across my network of friends, raise money and show my kids that they can do anything they want.�

Visit www.everydayhero.com.au/event|/ridefswc2015 to donate.