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We are delighted that we have been chosen to be Exeter's Lord Mayors charity for her period in office following her inauguration.

The Right Worshipful the Lord Mayor Councillor Cynthia Thompson is the new Lord Mayor of Exeter. She will use her term in office to raise money for the Devon Freewheelers.

We are extremely proud to announce that Daniel Lavery, Devon Blood Bikes Founder & Chief Executive, has been awarded the “Points of Light” award by the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Every weekday the Prime Minister recognises an inspirational volunteer with this award which recognises outstanding individual volunteers and people who are making a change in their community.

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 19:12

Startrek Walk 2016

We have been selected by the Ilfracombe Rotary as a beneficiary for there Startrek Challenge 2016, they are now looking for teams to enter this very well received annual event.

Sunday, 01 November 2015 14:05

Guinness World Record tandem skydive attempt

On the 20th June 2016, Skydive Buzz Ltd are holding a new official Guinness World Record attempt. A tandem skydive from the ultimate height FL150 (flight level), the highest you can go without an oxygen supply.

On the 25th October one of our riders Dan Hart attended the Institute of Advanced Motorists motorbike conference at Aston University in Birmingham. This prestigious event celebrates all that has been achieved by its members over the past year.

Sunday, 25 October 2015 19:22

Car Washing for Charity

It was a chilly start to the day but the solar rays beamed down to bathe the area and offer an optimistically fine Autumn day. A day to launder away the fast approaching winter grime of the past weeks, engrained into beloved 4 wheeled autos!!

I've received a message from Mark Hayes, our patron from Emergency Bikers. He has asked me to pass on the following message to anyone involved with helping or supporting Devon Freewheelers.

Mo Ayling and Dave Cook both volunteer riders from Devon Freewheelers met with Sidmouth Bowling Club President, Len Catford, and Chairman, Peter Mison together with members of the Coffee Morning Committee.