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Dean’s saddling up to help others get a Viking

By Tanayah Wakefield

Dean Cameron has lost most of his sight. “The only thing I have left is a bit of light perception in my left eye,” he said.

But that will not stop him saddling up on December 5 for the Moreton Bay 100 and helping to raise money for Guide Dogs Queensland.

The 52-year-old has had “low vision” from birth and lost most of his sight in his 20s due to retinitis pigmentosa, for which there is no cure.

However, Cameron is still a long-standing member of Moreton Bay Cycling Club (MBCC), a paracycling national champion on a tandem and State Champion Individual Time Triallist.

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