Participants in the charity bid will get great views over Weston's seafront
A man who suffers from Becker muscular dystrophy is to ride on Weston-super-Mare's big wheel for 30 hours in a bid to raise money for charity.
Steve Ledbrook, who relies on a wheelchair to get around, will begin the marathon attempt on Friday.
He will be joined by friends and VIPs including the town's mayor during his time in the wheel's pod and he is on the hunt for volunteers to help.
The money Steve raises will go towards the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.
"I've been on a couple of times but over 30 hours I'm a bit worried about the wind and how fast the wheel turns," he told BBC Bristol.
"We're just hoping the wind stays away!"
Steve added his fear of heights could be cured by the 30-hour charity bid.
But most of all, Steve hopes the Weston Wheel attempt will help raise awareness of his condition.
"I've got problems with my ankles, my neck muscles and my wrists.
"Hopefully this will help people realise what muscular dystrophy is - it does affect me in many ways.
"I used my sticks as much as possible but I want to get out and do these mad things!"