The World's Fastest Quadriplegic | The Amazing Inspirational Story of Callum Loveridge
Callum Loveridge was a talented Motocross and BMX rider, a real adrenaline junkie. In 2010 Callum's life changed forever. A fall from h...
Callum Loveridge was a talented Motocross and BMX rider, a real adrenaline junkie. In 2010 Callum's life changed forever. A fall from his BMX saw him break three bones in his spine and paralyzed him from the shoulders down. After years of hard rehabilitation Callum's unstoppable drive, determination and passion for racing led him to to the track once again. This is the story of how this incredible young man made it back to where he belongs; the start line. What an achievement by a truly amazing individual.
Callum has to undergo extensive Physio and other forms of therapy to help keep him strong enough to race and there is always hope that research may one day help him to walk again. All of this is expensive and a huge burden on Callum and his family so any help is gratefully received.
A Go Fund Me page has been set up to help Callum with all the treatments and care to keep him racing. if you wish to support Callum in any way, check out these links...
I've made a lot of videos films during my time on YouTube, but none have touched me like this one. Callum Loveridge is probably the most inspirational human being I have ever met. We are the same age and we raced bikes together as kids. Cal was dealt the worse possible hand at only 15 years old, but still strives to live life to the full. I hope I've done him and his story justice with this documentary and I truly hope it inspires people around the world who are having a tough time in their life. If you could take an hour out of your day to sit down and watch the story of Cal Loveridge and possibly share it with people that may benefit from it's message I would be truly appreciative - Max Hind (Toofast Media).
Person InjuredMotor sportsPartial arm functionNo finger functionNo trunk controlNo leg functionUnable to WalkCaucasianUnited KingdomQuadriplegicMale