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Cody Harmon's dream of riding a Harley-Davidson was fulfilled Saturday afternoon when his support worker, Jen Beckett, helped arrange a ride in a sidecar alongside bike owner Scott Dorrett. Some family members were moved to tears when Dorrett and more than 20 other riders showed up at Harmon's home. Harmon does much of his communicating by writing on a board, working around his limitations associated with cerebral palsy. He had no trouble communicating his happiness as the riders, mostly members of the Harley Owners Group, presented him with a T-shirt, paraded him throughout the city and included a stop at Kamloops Harley-Davidson.
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