We are in desperate need of volunteers, we don’t just need riders, but controllers and fundraisers as well,
Husband and wife team Pete (rider) and Linda (controller) had an early start this morning.
Our followers may notice most of our tweets involve members posing next to clean, shiny bikes to receive cheques.
New Year’s Eve and you have an equipment failure.
The Freemasons raise £000s for good causes each year and we are delighted that they have donated enough to our charity to fund a replacement bike for our fleet.
If you have then watch this interview with Garry Frost, one of our members from North Wales as he explains about the service offered by our volunteers.
In June 2017 Blood Bikes Wales lost a close friend and fellow volunteer Andy Beynon.
This little mite is not one of our customers but was helped by our sister group Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes who we relay with occasionally.
Blood Bikes Wales is proud to be an all volunteer organisation.
Since it’s inception in 2011 with a very small group of committed volunteers,
To find out more about Blood Bikes Wales, please get in touch with us and we’ll be happy to chat.