A good news story, multiple Harley riders brightening the birthday of a disabled teenager:
When Bunbury mum Keira put a call-out on social media for anybody with a Harley Davidson to “pop by” McDonald’s on Friday and rev their bikes for her son on his 13th birthday, she couldn’t have dreamt of the amazing response her request would get.
Zane, who has cerebral palsy, loves motorbikes and so Keira said he would be “stoked” to see a two-wheeler on his big day.
The turnout was impressive:
Less than 24 hours later, as Zane waited patiently outside McDonalds, the revs from dozens of motorcycles filled the air as hundreds of strangers arrived to wish the new teenager a happy birthday.
His mother was in tears as Zane waved his arms in joy and had a smile ear to ear as each bike rode passed him, some stopping to give him gifts including a Harley helmet and t-shirt, and others shouting out “happy birthday”.
The tractor-like Harley roar is very impressive for the uninitiated.