A Florida man biking across the country for a Spokane boy born without arms crossed the finish line Saturday.
Hector Picard, a double amputee, has spent the past 36 days bicycling across the country to inspire Jameson Davis and help his parent's buy his next set of myoelectric arms.
In all, Picard biked 3,000 miles. On Saturday afternoon, with a police escort, he biked straight to Jameson's North Spokane house. Dozens of family, friends and neighbors lined the street, cheering on Picard for the last leg of his trip.
"He may not know it now but he'll see this later on and say 'Wow, I want to do that. I want to do this and I want to do that,'" Hector Picard said.
"I want to open his hopes and dreams to do crazy and big things," he added.
Jameson was born without arms and doctors can't really explain why. Jameson will need several pairs of prosthetic arms over the years to help with his development.
"I think one of the greatest things to learn from this is not to limit yourself, you can do anything you can put your mind to," Jim Davis, Jameson's dad said.
"Hector is showing that you can ride across America without arms. You can do anything," Davis added.
If you'd like to help Jameson check out Picard's website http://www.dontstopliving.org/hands-for-baby-jameson.html