Monday, August 19, 2013

Bicyclist with Cerebral Palsy Defies Odds

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Glenn Lucky was going to die when he was 15. His doctor told him so.
That was in early 1969, before man landed on the moon, the Beatles broke up and the pocket calculator was introduced. Lucky has stuck around to witness decades of wonders and inspire tens of thousands of people since, reaching an age at which he qualifies for senior discounts at diners.
At 60, Lucky has slowed just a little, friends say, but his tanned arms remain chiseled by his near-daily bicycle rides between Indian Hills and downtown Carson City.

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