As a keen bike rider, Tim was only too pleased to offer his support when the Bike Shed announced its plan.
The Bike Shed said:
“When it all goes wrong, it’s only right that those of us who are able to help, step-up to do our part to support the community. So when Bike Shed was forced to close it’s doors in London we decided to mobilise our community into a volunteer rider’s group, to provide free courier-style services to support the fight against Covid-19.”
“Motorcycles are used by first responders, couriers and food delivery drivers because they are fast and efficient, so we are using our bikes to collect PPE parts for assembly, deliver assembled PPE gear to front-line healthcare workers, along with food, medicine, and soon we will be distributing NHS lung-capacity testing kits, to see which unwell people might be better off in hospital than at home.”
If you’re a keen bike rider looking to put your skills/hobby to good use, find out more here.
To get some help from a Bike Shed volunteer, find out more here.
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