Izabella Carlson grips her handlebars to sit upright and balances on her pink bike.
For a girl born with only one hand, this is remarkable, and possible only after receiving her new custom 3D-printed hand.
“She now rides faster than her five-year-old sister,” her mum Kate Carlson said. “The look on her face — it just melts your heart to know she’s going: ‘Look at me, I can do this.’ ”
The three-year-old is one of more than 200 children to get a free 3D-printed hand from a Melbourne engineer, who gave up his job to make mobility aides.