Paz Whiddon's off again on his bike. For the next year, he's riding across the country, so he can help the homeless...

"Really, part of the message is everyday people -- anyone listening to this -- can make the choice to impact people, however they can," he said.

Whiddon embarked on a similar mission two years ago. However, he had to cut it short, when his mother became ill.

Two years ago, Whiddon limited himself to $11/day. This time, he's really putting himself into the shoes of the homeless, as he's depending on the kindness of strangers.

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