David Minsch is on a journey from Bakersfield to Sacramento. He's traveling 330 miles of country roads but he's not alone. His son Zach is right there with him.
They left Bakersfield on Friday and stopped near Chowchilla to talk with us. They're doing this to raise awareness and show people there is no disability. David is living proof.
Zach Minsch said, "my dad has cerebral palsy, he was born with it."
On Friday he broke a world record for traveling 170 miles in 22 hours. The longest distance anyone has gone in a motorized wheelchair in 24 hours.
"I feel amazed, I'm so proud of my dad, he's an awesome dad," Zach said.
The journey isn't easy. David covers 10 miles an hour. He's fully exposed to the elements and he has to stop every 2 hours to change his batteries.
David's friend Brian Palla said, "it's awesome, he doesn't let things slow him down at all."
In a few days they'll make it to Sacramento and celebrate on the steps of the Capitol, ending an amazing journey.