Kiwi Short – Damian Day – New Zealand’s Bicycling Nomad
We met Damian Day in Rotorua. He’s a blog reader who has been following our site for about a year. Through Facebook we were able to meet up in town. His story is inspiring and humbling. Despite having several nerve disorders in addition to being autistic, he rides his bicycle 8-10,000 kilometers a year. He has to. His bicycle is his physical therapy and if he doesn’t keep riding he may end up in a wheelchair. We spent a few days chatting and getting to know him better at a backpackers. We split ways on Christmas eve and wished each other well. We always keep a look out now for another cyclist on the road with small wheels pulling a trailer. Keep the rubber side down, Damian!
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