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Luke Bryan’s mother gets in on the action in this hilarious video Instagram/@linabryan3
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We’ve loved watching the progress on “Brett’s Barn”—the homegrown mini farm that Luke Bryan’s wife, Caroline, built after the unfortunate passing of her baby niece, Sadie Brett. But filling the farmyard with animals in her niece’s memory isn’t enough for Caroline, and apparently, it isn’t enough for Luke’s mom, LeClaire, either.

In a post on her Instagram page, Caroline explains that she and Luke are recognizing Down Syndrome Awareness month with a “Bike For Brett” event. The country couple is encouraging folks to get out and bike to “raise awareness and support the abilities of the rock stars with that extra chromosome.”

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To increase involvement and additional awareness, Caroline is challenging bikers to share photos and videos of their cycling endeavors for an opportunity to be her “Biker of the Day.” And so far, she’s had a couple of pretty silly cyclists … including LeClaire.

We don’t know what to look at first in this video. Is it the bicycle that seems to glow in the dark? Is it the bright pink helmet with eyes and ears … Wait, what the heck is that? Or is it the way Luke’s mom so gracefully bites it at the end? We don’t know. Let’s watch it again.

M’kay, nope. Still don’t know.

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What we do know, though, is that LeClaire, Caroline, and Luke have hearts of gold and the money that they raise through the BrettBoyerFoundation.Org website in the month of October is going to GiGi’s Playhouse — a nationwide chain of Down Syndrome achievement centers.

Dust off that bicycle seat and see if you can top this! (And don’t forget to hashtag your social posts with #BikeForBrett.)

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This is hilarious!!! Thank you @featherednestvb

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Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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