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Norfolk Blood Bikes Ride Out

28 September 2021

Norfolk Blood Bikes are celebrating their 10th Anniversary with a Ride Out this Saturday, 2 October, and will be visiting the county’s three acute hospitals, including the James Paget, on a route that will culminate at Great Yarmouth seafront.

Two cars and eight Norfolk Blood Bike motorcycles are lined up outside a low-level building. The bikes and cars are in similar to emergency-service type style colours including fluorescent yellow and orange.

Small groups of motorcycle riders will complete the route starting on the A11 and taking in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital at Kings Lynn, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and the James Paget, where they are estimated to arrive between 1pm and 3pm, before finishing at North Drive in Great Yarmouth. 

Norfolk Blood Bikes are a charitable organisation that operate 7pm to 7am weekdays, and day and night at weekends and bank holidays, to support the NHS by transporting blood, blood products, laboratory samples and mothers milk for the benefit of the patients who require this service.   

The organisation and it’s amazing volunteers are funded by donations from the public, which enables them to continue to provide this valuable service.  If you would like to support the Ride Out and Norfolk Blood Bikes please make a donation via;

Ten members of the Norfolk Blood Bikes team - dressed in fluorescent yellow and orange jackets stand in a line with three of their fluorescent yellow motorcycles.