The National Association of Blood Bikers (NABB) has launched its first ever clothing range at Carole Nash Motorcycle Live at the NEC in Birmingham earlier this week, as the charity exhibits at the new-look event.
Working in association with renowned motorcycle clothing brand Red Torpedo, the Blood Runners range of clothing has been created to help promote and financially support the charity that moves vital medical supplies, blood and human tissues from NHS centres and hospitals right across the UK using motorcycles.
NABB is the umbrella organisation representing twelve registered regional charities, all providing a free motorcycle-based delivery service to the NHS, moving vital medical supplies, blood and human tissues from medical centres and hospitals right across the UK. Run entirely by volunteers, NABB member groups have over 700 active members in the UK with a fleet of more than 35 motorcycles working to help save lives. All NABB rider volunteers have advanced rider qualifications and operate from individual regional charities, but all have one common goal – reducing the funding pressures of the National Health Service.
“We are delighted to launch our first-ever clothing range with support from Red Torpedo,” said NABB Spokesman, Nick Palmer. “Our association is run entirely by volunteers and without the kind support of the public this vital service could not continue. With the creation of this clothing range we hope to raise awareness of the service, while raising funds for the association to be able to continue and increase our support across the UK.”
The Blood Runners clothing range can be bought by visitingwww.redtorpedo.com and initially includes a unique Hoodie and T-shirt. For more information on the National Association of Blood Bikers, please visitwww.bloodbikes.org.uk or visit them at the NEC in Birmingham, stand R253, Hall 3, where the Blood Runners clothing range will be available for purchase too.