Saturday saw the addition of a new bike to our fleet… a Triumph Tiger 800 named ‘Louis Marchesi’. ‘Louis’ was donated to SERV SSL by the Feltham and Hounslow branch of the 41 Club. The money for the bike was raised through fund raising efforts at the Kempton Park Fireworks, which the 41 Club run in conjunction with their sister organisation, the .....read more.
Something different for the SERV volunteers this weekend and proof that all the extra training we do pays off. A contingent from SERV SSL were riding to the National Memorial Arboretum as part of the ‘Ride to the Wall 2018’ event. On entering a roundabout the group met every motorcyclist’s worst nightmare… oil on the road… and a lot of it. .....read more.
It’s Blood Bike Awareness Day and we are at the National Conference Centre for the handover of our new bike named, Mark Mason. As you can probably guess by the name this bike has been generously donated to us by The Mark Benevolent Fund and supported by The Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons and NABB. We are enormously grateful and the bike will be put to good .....read more.
Do you enjoy getting out on your bike and don’t want to fight through the daytime traffic? Become a volunteer and do something you enjoy and help your community at the same time. We are looking for volunteers whether it be as a rider, driver, fundraiser or a controller making calls from the comfort of your own home. If you are interested and want get .....read more.
Big thanks to Surrey Police for supporting the work we do and announcing today that they have chosen us to be their Chief’s Charity this year. this will raise awareness of who we are and also help with financial costs. #surrey #volunteers #bloodbikes #servssl #surreypolice #chiefscharity #charity #itswhatwed