Three-year-old Marlee was born with bilateral radial aplasia which makes it more difficult for her to complete some tasks. She doesn’t let her disability keep her from trying new activities and challenges. But one task that Marlee was struggling with was riding her new bike. She was having a hard time pedaling and keeping her center of balance because of the difficulty she had reaching the handlebars. Marlee’s mom and dad, Mandi and Matt, researched online for appropriate and affordable bikes or modifications for Marlee, but didn’t have much luck. Mandi explained this predicament to Marlee’s physical therapist, who then helped refer the family to Southwest Human Development’s ADAPT Shop, which customizes equipment for children with disabilities.