Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you will continue to support the work we do.
We aim to provide a totally free, but professional, voluntary service, out of normal working hours for the transportation of Urgent and Emergency items, e.g. blood, platelets, samples, donor breast milk, patient notes, theatre equipment, in fact anything that can be carried by motorcycle, solely for the benefit of the publicly funded emergency services and the patients being treated by them, within the NHS Hospitals.
We will provide this service through the night, and 24 hours per day at weekends and Bank Holidays, to the best of our ability, enabling hospital funding to be better spent on patient care.
We started operating in May 2012 and as the counter shows the number of call outs we are completing is growing exponentially. Your help in doing this is always appreciated.Please Donate Here.
The Freemasons Globally help where help is required and have helped North West Blood Bikes Lancs and Lakes by purchasing two new BMW R1200RT’s, which will benefit hospital patients.
16 February 2019
For the past 12 months the June Baker Singers have been fundraising for us. This week members Paul Cull and Dave Lakeland attended a presentation of cheques totalling a massive £1354. They also very kindly serenaded Paul as it was his birthday! Thank you so much!read full story
13 February 2019
At 22:00 hrs on Tuesday 12th February 2019, exactly 6 years 10 months and 10 days, since we started operating we have reached 60,000 call-outs from our local NHS Hospitals.read full story
11 February 2019
2019 Chairman’s Bit
Well, 2019 has come along and in May we reach our seventh anniversary, which will also herald the time when our Chairman Elect, Simon Hanson, steps in to take over what I have had the privilege of doing since we started,read full story
We have been featured in a short film for the National Lottery Awards.
You can always read our Newsletters here to see what we are doing and who is supporting us. If you think you can help, come and join us. You don’t have to be able to ride a bike, although we constantly need riders, you can join us as a Controller, which basically means you stay at home and receive re-directed calls from any of our Hospitals. Then it’s a case of looking on the Duty sheets and sending a rider to do the run, or you can join us as a Fundraiser.
Whichever way you can help we will welcome you on board what we think is the best Blood Bike group in the Country. Just click the “Volunteer” button below."Volunteer.
Thursday 21 February 2019 - 2:00 PM.
Monday 25 February 2019 - 7:30 PM.
Tuesday 26 February 2019 - 2:00 PM.
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