Kidderminster boy with dyspraxia awarded Cycling UK yellow jersey – Tewkesbury ADMAG

Declan Nangle thought his condition would stop him from ever learning to ride a bike, but now he’s cycling every weekend

A 10-YEAR-OLD boy from Kidderminster who feared his condition would stop him from ever learning to ride a bike is now looking forward to his first family cycling holiday.

Declan Nangle, who suffers from dyspraxia, a developmental disorder that makes balance difficult, is one of just 10 people to be awarded the UK’s first ‘Real Yellow Jersey’ for using cycling to change their lives and inspire others.

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