Earlier this week we took part in a relay with 3 other Bloodbike groups to deliver 8 Litres of frozen human breast milk to North Middlesex University Hospital London. The consignment was collected by Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes from Northwest Human Milk Bank in Chester and then relayed by Midland Freewheelers Blood Bikes and SERV Ox Bucks Berks N’hants .....read more.
Not long to go now until the start of Justa Wojciechowska’s awesome undertaking… the Thames Meander Marathon. Don’t miss out on this fabulous event. Come meet the team and sit on the bikes at the start/ finish village at YMCA Hawker and cheer on our brave fund raiser. It should be an great day out… race starts at 10.00. You can still sponsor Justyna and help fund .....read more.
Mary Ann, one of our emergency services specification FJR 1300’s returned home recently… to the wonderful people who donated her. The generous members of the ‘Friends of Fleet Community Hospital’ stunned us last year with the most unexpected gift of the very pretty ‘Mary Ann’. And whilst we were in the area on another delivery, we welcomed the .....read more.
As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, our superstar marathon runner Justyna Wojciechowska is making the final training push for her entry in the Thames Meander Marathon on Saturday 3rd November. This will be her first attempt at this distance. SERV SSL will be in attendance on the course, cheering her on, and manning a display at the start/ finish area at .....read more.
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 .....read more.
We were pleased to escort BT4TW through the streets of London on their annual trip to Royal Hospital Chelsea. It was great to see around 60 bikes attending and watch The Chelsea Pensioners on parade. #BT4TW #chelseapensioners #london #servssl #bloodbikes #veterans if you would like the opportunity to get involved and assist on trips to USA and Europe then visit .....read more.