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Best places for motorcycle courier work

Postby Anonymous » Friday 24 April 2009, 23:37

hello.. not been on this site for a year or so...not sure if this right place to ask but here goes..looking to start motorcycle couriering again( over 10 years experience subbing) wondered where best place to find decent courier company..would rather not be doing london circuit..prepared to move anywhere
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Postby RLT » Saturday 25 April 2009, 08:01

France maybe?
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Postby bramble43 » Saturday 25 April 2009, 08:31

BIG BIG BIG Cities,
I'm the only bike courier in salisbury, was running round like a loon 2 weeks ago but not had a single job this week, :(
Motorcycle courier, same day/direct throughout the UK & Euro - Contact details on profile. Please don't call asking for advice on becoming a courier. This is what the forum is for.
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Postby MK BIKER » Saturday 25 April 2009, 08:51

Big city if you wanna sub or at least a largish town if your thinking of hitting end users.
Early part of the week it was beginning to look like my worse week for two years, until Friday.
Its hard to say who is the best big boy to sub for, cause i think it varies from depot to depot.
Trial & error I'm afraid!

You may well struggle moving somewhere cause you'll have to work hard to get numbers of other couriers to help out when ur busy (and their not), and to trust you if your "new around these parts"

Where are u at the mo???
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Postby Anonymous » Saturday 25 April 2009, 08:57

london...theres 7 in birmingham...and 4 in manchester......
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Postby Anonymous » Saturday 25 April 2009, 09:37

high wycombe at moment..worked for big company here but they not got enough work and was making a loss with their rates
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Postby Anonymous » Monday 27 April 2009, 08:24

tried horizons down ur way?,ur not far for a commute to london tho.
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Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 28 April 2009, 20:56

not heard of horizons but i look it up...probably will try london work..
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Postby Express_Europe » Wednesday 29 April 2009, 07:44

Circuit work..... Never again :evil:

Your earnings are at the mercy of the controller :roll:

Now if you are that controller come rider..... :wink:
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Postby Anonymous » Thursday 30 April 2009, 08:13

got an interview with dhl reading branch
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