The autistic 12-year-old has already raised more than £2,100 for The Fire Fighters Charity on his mission to visit the nation’s 2,500 fire stations.
Now the Southsea youngster aims to take on his ‘75 challenge’ – cycling for 75 hours, visiting 75 fire stations, supported by 75 people, involving 75 cups of tea and 75 photos.
He hopes his efforts will raise £750 for his favourite good cause.
He said: ‘I wanted to do something to help firefighters and raise awareness of autism.
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‘I think they do an amazing job, not everyone knows all the things they do besides fighting fires.
‘I am excited about my cycle ride and visiting my friends from stations I have been to before.’
He will be cycling the 300-mile route from Tadley fire station to Lands End in Cornwall starting on August 20.