The charity, which was started in May 2012, has carried out nearly 110,000 successful runs, covering more than 1.5m miles and saving the NHS more than £6.3m.
More than two thirds of the work of the charity is deemed to be an urgent priority for the NHS.
To commemorate this milestone, the charity has planned to light Blackpool Tower tomorrow, Thursday May 12, and many of the bikers and volunteers will be on the Tower Headland to celebrate their momentous achievements over the past 10 years.
The tenth anniversary has been recognised by senior healthcare professionals who have congratulated and praised the charity for their work on supporting the National Health Service.
The group selflessly give up their free time to deliver lifesaving blood and other urgent suppliers to NHS hospitals throughout Lancashire and the South Lakes.
The charity is run entirely by volunteers and no one is paid for the work that they carry out.
Mark Entwistle, the chairman of the charity, said: “Although we are called Blood Bikes and this is the main priority of the work we do transporting blood between hospitals, the service we undertake has changed over the years.
“In addition to transporting blood, we also deliver donor breast milk, medical samples, records, medicines, medical equipment or anything that is required urgently to improve the outcome for a patient or save their life.
“Our volunteers work long hours to make this possible and with over 450 volunteers, and over 300 bikers, we cover one of the largest areas in the country. In addition to the bikers, the vital work of the controllers and fund raisers to provide this service is awe-inspiring.”
“The commitment and dedication of all of the volunteers across the charity means that the charity continues to excel and grow.”
If you are interested in volunteering as a biker, controller, or help with the fundraising events that they undertake to support the community of Lancashire and South Lakes, please visit http://www.nwbb-lancs.org