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Devon Freewheelers CEO Daniel Lavery, Dr Janet Ward formerly of Honiton Surgery, Honiton Youth Football Club Manager Jon Leisk and Cllr Caroline Kolek of Honiton Town Council celebrate success with the Honiton has a Heart Campaign

A restructure of the Devon Freewheelers into a Charitable Incorporated Organisation has been accepted by the Charity Commission, and opens doors to a whole new world of funding for the Devon Blood Bikers with a Call to Action to bring back the old to the fold.  A whole new world begins with a recall to the original army of blood bikers.

Devon Freewheelers to move out of Durham Way Industrial Unit and former TIC at Lace Walk Car Park to a new location on the Heathpark Industrial Estate in Honiton, in a bid to bring everything back under one roof.

Exciting baby announcements from their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex brings back fond memories of the recent Royal Visit to Honiton where HRH Prince Charles accepted Devon Freewheelers Teddy Bears and said 'I'll give them to my grandchildren' 

Friday, 28 September 2018 08:58

Bideford Bike Show

Bideford Bike Show announced this week, that Devon Freewheelers EVS had been chosen as one of the charities the Bike Show would be raising money for in 2019. The Bike Show will take place on Saturday 25th of May 2019 on Bideford Quay.

Thursday, 30 August 2018 12:20

Lottery launch sees winning tickets already!

Devon Freewheelers has launched their new lottery game which has already had supporters reporting feedback of winnings.  An exciting new way forward in the realms of fundraising sees charity supporters signing up for the weekly draw which supports local good causes right on their doorstep.

Many people don't realise that Devon Freewheelers also transport human organs for transplant.  Let's take a peek into their world as we follow these drivers for just one night....

Tuesday, 24 July 2018 15:59

Volunteer Rider Found Not Guilty

A volunteer from Devon Freewheelers, Ian Hopkins, 49, from Exeter has been cleared of all charges of breaking the law whilst responding on a blood bike to an emergency call for a hospital in Plymouth at Exeter Magistrates Court today. He was found 'not guilty' by a District Judge who heard the case and took nearly three hours to reach a decision.