Boy Rides Bike After Op

This is the tear-jerking moment a four-year-old boy has ridden his bicycle for the first time after his parents raised a staggering £45,000 for a life-changing operation. Just weeks ago cerebral palsy sufferer Ross Kerr could never have dreamed of pushing the peddles as his movement was restricted after a stroke in the womb. In 2010, Ross was diagnosed with hemiplegic cerebral palsy which caused motor neuron damage to the left side of his brain affecting his movement.

This is the tear-jerking moment a four-year-old boy has ridden his bicycle for the first time after his parents raised a staggering £45,000 for a life-changing operation. Just weeks ago cerebral palsy sufferer Ross Kerr could never have dreamed of pushing the peddles as his movement was restricted after a stroke in the womb. In 2010, Ross was diagnosed with hemiplegic cerebral palsy which caused motor neuron damage to the left side of his brain affecting his movement.

This is the tear-jerking moment a four-year-old boy has ridden his bicycle for the first time after his parents raised a staggering £45,000 for a life-changing operation. Just weeks ago cerebral palsy sufferer Ross Kerr could never have dreamed of pushing the peddles as his movement was restricted after a stroke in the womb. In 2010, Ross was diagnosed with hemiplegic cerebral palsy which caused motor neuron damage to the left side of his brain affecting his movement.

This is the tear-jerking moment a four-year-old boy has ridden his bicycle for the first time after his parents raised a staggering £45,000 for a life-changing operation. Just weeks ago cerebral palsy sufferer Ross Kerr could never have dreamed of pushing the peddles as his movement was restricted after a stroke in the womb. In 2010, Ross was diagnosed with hemiplegic cerebral palsy which caused motor neuron damage to the left side of his brain affecting his movement.

This is the tear-jerking moment a four-year-old boy has ridden his bicycle for the first time after his parents raised a staggering £45,000 for a life-changing operation. Just weeks ago cerebral palsy sufferer Ross Kerr could never have dreamed of pushing the peddles as his movement was restricted after a stroke in the womb. In 2010, Ross was diagnosed with hemiplegic cerebral palsy which caused motor neuron damage to the left side of his brain affecting his movement.