Wheaton community members unite to replace bike for cyclist with disability
WHEATON – One of the most familiar sights for many who frequent downtown Wheaton is a cheery man on a four-wheeled bicycle honking and waving at passersby.
"Anyone who spends any time in downtown will recognize Keith and his bike," said Mayor Michael Gresk.
Keith Grogan is a local special needs man who suffered an accident in his youth leading to oxygen deprivation and brain damage. He can often be seen riding his bike, complete with several American flags, a horn and a beat-up sign saying "Honk if you love Jesus" on the back.
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