Jamie funded the trip himself and has currently raised over £9,000 for a cause dear to his heart.
"Having spent the first nine years of my life in and out of the Children's Ward at Gloucester Royal Hospital, the Pied Piper Appeal really helped me get back on track.
"I feel I have a real purpose behind the journey and that's to support sick children who are in need of our help."
But, he's not putting his feet up - he's at it again!
Jamie's next challenge will push him even further to his limit - The Guinness World Record for The Longest Static Cycle.
He will start today, December 7th, on a static exercise bike and is attempting to break the current record of 225 hours 25 minutes.
The rules state that Jamie has to continually cycle for at least 22 hours every day, for over 10 days averaging 12mph.
He will battle horrendous sores, extreme fatigue and sleep deprivation if he is to succeed.
The attempt is taking place at Gloucester Docks and will once again raise funds and awareness for the Pied Piper Appeal.
In order for the record to be validated, Jamie needs volunteers to act as time keepers, stewards etc in order to monitor the event, no experience is needed.
If you can offer any time day or night to cover one or more 4 hour shift/s, then please contact Kevin Brady, details below. This record can only succeed if sufficient people come forwards to volunteer.
When extreme sleep deprivation kicks in from day 4 onwards, Jamie is going to need as much support as he can get.
He will be in a glass marquee supplied by Attwells Marquees, which will be open to the public at the rear of the North Warehouse in Gloucester Docks (just next to Dr. Fosters pub) and the whole event will be recorded by AllCooper.
Please feel free to come on down and keep him awake day or night.
If you are unable to volunteer, but would still like to show your support, then you can do this by visiting Just Giving in order to make a donation:
Good luck and keep going Jamie!
Contact Organiser: Kev Brady - M: 07508705359, E: email@example.com