Casey D. lost both legs at age 10 days old to cancer. At the time the Krewe gave him his bike he was living with his mother and grandmother in Lakeland. With the handcycle there will be fewer trips to Tampa for physical therapy as he can now get good workouts with his new handcycle. He is a child with a bright spirit and the desire to race his handcycle. At the presentation at the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital, he got out on the basketball court and spun in circles. He has all intentions of competing in cycle races both for the physically challenged and in community races.