Ian Routh is riding with the JettRide for his second summer this year.
Ian found out about the Jett Foundation from a family friend who works there. He really enjoys riding my bike, so he thought riding in the JettRide would be a fun summer adventure.
He was so impressed by the families and young men affected by Duchenne. They were very generous to the riders by giving them rooms to stay in and feeding them while they visited. Ian was able to witness boys that were outgoing, positive and brave even though he have Duchenne. Ian understood that the JettRide would be hard, but he thought that it was nothing compared to what those who suffer with Duchenne and deal with everyday. The more families I met, the prouder I was to be out biking and raising money and awareness for Duchenne.
He is very close to his goal of $2,500; you can still support his journey by donating on his FirstGiving fundraising page.