A film by Cheryl Green.
This film has Audio Description. The non-described version can be found at TBI & My Longest Ride: A documentary film.
Please note, this film contains graphic imagery of Karl in a coma. Karl Kajomo Moritz faced the ultimate life change when he was bicycle commuting home from work in 2010 and was hit head on by a car and spent five weeks in a coma. Kajomo developed a healing plan with healthy eating, acupuncture, speech therapy, neurofeedback, and high cardio velodrome track riding. He embarked on what he calls spinning for neurogenesis: improving cognition and overall brain bandwidth and reconnecting with his sons and his community.
Funded by a generous grant from Regional Arts & Culture Council. For question, please contact Karl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cheryl Green is a documentary filmmaker with acquired disabilities, whose work focuses on disability identity and culture and on making media accessible.