Phil Comar, a Michigan man, attempted to break his own world record for longest motorcycle journey without using his hands.

WMMT reports Comar began the 680 mile Sunday morning at the Ohio border. From there, travelled to Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor, then north to the Mackinac Bridge.

Comar, who goes by "No Hands Man" has attempted the trip twice before, but only made it 534 miles on his longest ride.

Comar says he makes the ride in honor of his late father who died from complications from Parkinson's Disease. All the money Comar raises goes to Parkinson's research and awareness.

A comment on No Hands Man Facebook page says that Comar has finished his ride and created a new record of 588 miles.