Jose Antonio Pizano, 19, from Syracuse, was able to ride off into the sunset thanks to a donation by G&G Kia and Dodge City Ambucs.

Pizano suffers from cerebral palsy and the therapeutic tryke will help him with exercise of his arms and legs.

According to the Ambucs, all across the nation, chapters raise funds to donate Amtrykes to riders who are unable to operate traditional bikes.

For more than two decades, these specially designed cycles have provided therapeutic benefits to both children and adults, while enhancing their quality of life.

Amtrykes can be hand/or foot powered and accommodate riders of all sizes, ages and abilities. They improve fitness, coordination, self-esteem and more importantly, are fun to ride.

The Dodge City Ambucs gives close to 10-12 trykes away each year on average.

The Ambucs partners with local businesses to help in their efforts.

Ambucs is a non-profit organization consisting of men and women dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities.

The tricycles are custom made for people at their particular age.

However, as children get older, the tricycles can then be adjusted to fit their growth. When they reach a certain age, or height and weight, those tricycles can then be exchanged for a larger size and the older tricycle is then recycled.