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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.
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Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes Announce Their New Patron

Jennifer Rosanne Tinmouth (born 8 March 1978) is an English motorcycle racer.

She is the current female Isle of Man TT lap record holder,[1] breaking the record during her first ever TT in 2009 and gaining a Guinness World Record for this achievement.

She then re-broke her own lap record during her second TT in 2010, with an average lap speed of 119.945 mph, gaining another Guinness World Record.

Manc-Riders Challenge 2018

Each year MancRiders have come up with a Challange ride to get out on motorcycles and earn points for fun and a trophy. They always have an entry fee for riders with the option to raise more money via sponsorship too but only if they wish to. They nominate a charity each year and the fantastic guys at MancRiders have decided they will donate all the money raised this year to Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes! Last year they had roughly 8 riders met the challenge and raised just under £900 for FACT in Manchester, (Though there was a £500 contribution from the Police Charity fund that one of the chaps works for). So far this year with registered riders they have raised £340 and are hoping to break the £1000 barrier. The challenge is also a social thing to get folk out riding, meet up and have lots of banter with points being available for the dubious honour of Challange Champion. MancRiders are a small riding group of motorcyclists who basically all used the same mechanic and he had a forum, the mechanics forum fell apart so they made their own and carried on as a group of biker mates. Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved for helping raise funds for us. Entrance fee is £20.00 and all of this goes to this worthy cause.

Payment can be made via Paypal to the following address:-

mancridersmerch@gmail.com

Please make sure the payment goes through as a payment to ‘friends or family’ as then Paypal don’t take any fees. Once paid, a Challenge folder will be made up for you to place your location evidence. By the end of January you will receive via email your ‘Rider Card’ Challenge starts on the 1st February and runs until the 30th November

MCBB 1st Annual Fundraising Ball

Jennifer Rosanne Tinmouth (born 8 March 1978) is an English motorcycle racer.

She is the current female Isle of Man TT lap record holder,[1] breaking the record during her first ever TT in 2009 and gaining a Guinness World Record for this achievement.

She then re-broke her own lap record during her second TT in 2010, with an average lap speed of 119.945 mph, gaining another Guinness World Record.

Whole of the Merseyside

The whole of the Merseyside and Cheshire Bloodbikes organisation are immensely proud of this award.

From the newest recruit to the board of trustees we have been recognised by the country as a valuable and worthy asset to the community.

Our work is carried out in a professional and compassionate manner without charge, enabling our service users to be able to use their budgets to provide even more care.

The award and its status will encourage us to grow and support as many NHS and other worthy clients as we can.

Welcome to Merseyside & Cheshire Blood Bikes

We provide this service to the NHS for FREE to help reduce NHS transport expenses, Thereby allowing these funds to be used to improve patients treatment etc.

We began in 2012 and as you can see from our “Blood Run” counter to the right, it shows the number of call outs we are completing is growing and growing!

We thank our small army of volunteers and everyone who supports us for helping us achieve our goal.