Attila's World Record!
To everyone that donated - THANK YOU!
Attila has a new challenge - and he needs your help!
Attila and his film crew are heading to Borrego Springs California this November (3rd and 4th) to OFFICIALLY break the handcycling 24-hour world record.
You can learn more here: https://www.gofundme.com/attilas-next-step
You can learn more about Attila here: www.attiladomos.com.
ANY AMOUNT WILL HELP! Help make the unofficial record official!
Thank you so much for the continued support! Don't forget to keep sharing!
Attila's friend took his broken bike off his hands, for the short term, to apply a temp weld.
Hopefully, this holds so that he can get more training in for the event in August.
It appears the turn around time on a new bike is 6 weeks, so that doesn't leave us much time!
Brother I've know you for many years. Always thought you would do something big in your life. Your doing it and helping people as you go. As you go on I'm always here to help. Just message me tell what site I'm there. You my friend helped me more ways than you'll ever know.. after my car accident. I was broken and done. Then started reading post. Seeing you do your thing. I starting thinking this isn't over. Doctors said 18 surgeries between both wrist right wrist plates and screws in it it doesn't bend. You'll never pick up a guitar. Your never play. Just to make sure I would bought a lesson Paul Jr. to make sure I didn't give up. So my brother. 9 guitars later. just got a Martin. I'm not great. When I play you know what I'm playing. If it want for you. I'd be sitting here saying I can't. Doctors said I can't. Thank you. You gave me the will to do what ever I want. If I can't do it the right way. I find away MY WAY.. . Much love Attila. Bless you in everything your mind thinks of. I know you can do it.
I would like to thank everyone who was generous enough to donate to this cause. I want you to know that there's a much bigger picture here than me simply raising funds to get a new handcycle. On August 20th I'll be doing a 24-hour ride at the Bud Harris cycling track (Washington Blvd - Pittsburgh, PA) as a trial run for a later attempt to break the world record of 403.8 miles in 24 hours. While I'm sure that breaking a world record will be awesome, I'm also doing the ride in August to raise money for a couple of charities. This is important to me. All of my musical and athletic accomplishments are nice, but what makes me most happy is to be able to help people, to make their lives a little better, and to give them hope... to show them that they too can achieve great things, as long as they have three important things... a dream... a plan... and most importantly... a belief in themselves. This is what drives me to go that extra mile, when all I want to do is quit and go home. Thank you for believing in me, and know that your words and donations mean a great deal. You're helping me be able to help others. You're literally putting your money where your mouth is, and I won't let you down. Thank you - Attila :)
Thank you, Michael. I have a friend who is welding my handcycle as I type. We know it won't be a permanent fix, but it should hold while I can get a new handcycle. The unfortunate part about the break is where it happened. It bares the entire weight when I am flying down a hill, into another up hill.