Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes are delighted to announce the addition of a new BMW R1250 into their fleet of operational blood bikes.
Seen here at the recent unveiling at an event in Bradford, Stewart Carley from the Provincial Grand Chapter of Yorkshire West Riding, handed the keys to Whiteknights West Yorkshire Manager, Andy Dickens.
“As we enter into our busy period of the winter months, having a new bike available to our riders is hugely appreciated,” said Andy.
The new machine is called Victoria and is named after Stewart’s daughter. Stewart is among the first few recipients to be awarded the certification of “Whiteknights Champion” for their contribution to the sustainability of our charity.
Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes have this week received a major financial boost to support the charity over their forthcoming busy winter season.
Girder Fork Classic Motorcycle club have donated £1500 raised through their annual ‘Big Bike Sunday’ Classic motorcycle event held at Skipton Auction Mart.
Pictured receiving the donation are Whiteknights Fleet Manager, Steve Annakin, Blake Hemmingway from GFMCC, Whiteknights West Yorkshire Manager, Andy Dickens, and Whiteknights North Yorkshire Manager, Paranjit Bharaj.
Whiteknights volunteer, Advanced-Qualified riders transport urgent blood samples for testing between hospitals overnight and at weekends right across the Yorkshire region.
This weekend we are delighted to announce that Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes South Yorkshire region has two new recruits on Operational Duty. Advanced-Qualified Volunteer Riders Adam, (left) and Ian, (right) are pictured. This is a result of our “One Rider” Facebook Campaign from earlier this year. Well done for completing the training and welcome to the Whiteknights team! If you think you have what it takes to be a Blood Biker in Yorkshire then contact us through our Facebook Page or email email@example.com .
At our Blood Bike Awareness Day 2019 media event at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, in an unprecedented move, The Chairman of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, Philip Lewer, was joined by colleagues of Pathology and Blood Sciences to applaud Whiteknights Yorkshire Blood Bikes and to thank them for their service.