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Help raise $9K to buy Brian Bott a prosthetic leg.
$8,246 raised
90% of $9.2k goal
93 contributors
4 Years running
Brian had bone cancer & fought like hell to beat it. He struggled for years fighting off infections and had to make a big decision… amputate his leg or possibly lose his life. He chose life. Now he needs help to live life to the fullest...
Brian had bone cancer & fought like hell to beat it. He struggled for years fighting off infections and had to make a big decision… amputate his leg or possibly lose his life. He chose life. Now he needs help to live life to the fullest...

Project Auto-Bott is a benefit targeting a new prosthetic leg for Brian Bott that will allow a quality of life close to that of what he had prior to losing his left leg on May 23rd 2012, due to complications stemming from stage 3 Osteosarcoma (bone cancer).

This new leg, designed by X-Games Gold Medalist Mike Schultz is not covered by ANY health insurance plans. The cost of the new leg plus the FundRazr fees is $9,200, which is our goal. This leg is unique in many ways, and allows for its user to have resistance in both a knee joint as well as an ankle joint through the use of Fox Shocks and custom linkage system. This system has been tested and proven to be the best prosthetic on the market to lead an active lifestyle, with the capability of wake boarding, snow boarding, surfing and even motocross, ALL of which Brian had actively been a part of prior to the loss of his left leg above the knee.

With the initial goal of just being able to exercise and chase his two young children around, his eyes are set on being competitive nationally in the Adaptive sports scene in the years to come.

About Brian:
Brian Bott is a 43 year old husband of 14 years to wife Suzanne Wilson Bott and father to son Hunter age 8, and daughter Savannah age 5. Brian has been riding motocross, skiing/snowboarding, slalom skiing/ wake boarding since the age of 8, and has maintained his career in the Action Sports Industry for the past 18 years. Currently working as the West Coast Sales Manager for Rockwell Watches, Brian has worked for companies like Ogio International and Nitro Circus to name a few.

To support Project Auto-Bott, please send donations of products, autographed stuff, stickers, coupons for services or whatever you feel you can, to:

Project Auto-Bott
66 Manilla Dr.
Draper, UT 84020
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