Men and Women in Motion

Ramesh Ferris passes the Rick Hansen Medallion to Zosia Ettenberg at Langley Event Centre during the 25th anniversary Man in Motion tour.

Ramesh Ferris passes the Rick Hansen Medallion to Zosia Ettenberg at Langley Event Centre during day 270 of the 25th anniversary Man in Motion tour. Ettenberg and her dog carried on to the next part of the tour in Langley City that day. Below

Ramesh Ferris passes the Rick Hansen Medallion to Zosia Ettenberg at Langley Event Centre during day 270 of the 25th anniversary Man in Motion tour. Ettenberg and her dog carried on to the next part of the tour in Langley City that day. Below, Ramesh rides his special trike to the Events Centre. Ramesh was crippled by polio at the age of four in India, and was adopted by a Canadian couple and brought to Canada in his youth.

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