Poker Run raises money for former racer

Clint Zentner

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Bikers hit the road Sunday morning to help raise money for a local Motocross rider who was in a life-changing accident.

Just over a year ago, Clint Zentner suffered a spinal cord injury after an accident at the Columbiana County Fair that has left him in a wheelchair.

Over 50 motorcycles participated in the Poker Run that is helping Clint go to California for “project Walk”.

Zentner said that seeing this many people support him pushes him in his recovery.

“A lot more, they are pushing me really. They make me want to succeed so its good. Actually, I have been riding a little bit, I wanted to ride today but I am not going to be able to but I am pumped to ride again,” said Zentner.

He said that rehab has been slow but he progresses each day.

 

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