Single Dad of Six Receives Life-Changing Gift After Biking 16 Miles to and from Work
Isaac Taylor persevered.
During six months when work was an eight-mile bike ride away, the 44-year-old pedaled through the heat and rain to get there and back.
He walked his kids to school, no matter how his rubbery legs might seem after a 10-hour shift as a security guard.
And now, he is riding in style.
Late last month, the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program gave the single father of six children a 2019 Hyundai Elantra last week, according to USA Today.
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“I cried like a baby,” Taylor said, according to CBS. “Tears of joy. Tears of feeling the pain of riding the bike back and forth. It all set in — what I went through to get to where I’m at now.”
“It’s amazing, I’m living the dream right now. This is my best life right now,” he said.
The gift came through the efforts of Caliber Collision Roseville, Travelers Insurance and Family Pro …