“I feel like it’s safer than biking,” he said. “You can dance a little bit while you’re on your blades. You get a little more freedom.”
Lempko even sang on his blades while speaking to CBS4 on Wednesday. He explained that the privilege to take this trip highlights the need of others who are less fortunate.
“I wanted something towards underprivileged education,” Lempko said. “It started with the mission, kind of philosophy of, wanting to give back to those kids that maybe didn’t have the same starting opportunities that I had.”
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