For the third year, I am going to be bracing the cold Welsh winter in nothing more than a bikini to raise money for this year's chosen charity.
For those who know me this is no surprise! We are lucky to have the NHS and we have benefited from it greatly throughout my son Sam's early years. They've looked after him and performed several surgeries and it hasn't cost us a penny. It's time to give something back.
Blood Bikes support the NHS by transporting blood, plasma, milk and documents between labs, hospitals and GP surgeries for free. This means the hospitals don't need to resort to using taxi service, police or despatch an ambulance which is not the best use of the resource.
Since passing my motorcycle test I wanted to become a rider for the Blood Bikes and I have finally done it! Last week was my first shift and I am sooo made up about it!
I am excited and scared at the same time about the challenge as we have no idea what the weather will be like on 29th December but we will certainly have a go at reaching the summit of Moel Famau still in a bikini.
Please support the NHS by helping the Blood Bikes continuing their free service and donate generously. And feel free to join us on the day for a brisk walk to the top :)
Maja's Bikini Challenge 2018
Raising money for Blood Bikes Wales because they ride to save lives.
We transport blood and frozen breast milk to relieve the pressures on NHS budgets
Charity Registration No. 1143352