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Becoming a Cycle Courier


( We are sorry but we do not currently have any vacancies )

( We are however, looking for a self-starter to take on the role of courier / promoter / district lead. In effect a manager for Dublin to work on a comission basis. This is a new business )


Cycling is fun! Getting paid to do it is even better! Well that's the good news. But remember you also have to cycle in bad weather. Cycle couriers (aka bike messengers) cycle from business to business delivering and collecting packages, documents and other portable items. It is enjoyable work and keeps you fit into the bargain.


District Leads

District leads are individuals that manage and replica watches sale promote their Leggit district. For this they get an extra % of the job charge. They typically work as a rider as well, and if the volume dictates it they need to organise extra riders to meet the demand. Typically, district leads get 60% of job charge plus 10% of the total district revenue. So the more money you and your district riders make the more you earn.

e.g. If a district lead has 2 riders, with each doing ~20 jobs per day on average. The district lead will make over €200 euro / month just from his 10% share of the rolex replica sale riders work plus whatever the district lead earns from his/her own jobs.


District Riders

Riders are cycle couriers that get their work from their district leads. The riders will typically get a feel for the busy and quiet periods over time. Also, you should be very familiar with the streets, local businesses, local industrial estates and business parks.


Just for fun

Cycle courier work is a sport and a lifestyle choice. It's fun, most of the time. But also requires a good level of fitness and an all-weather attitude. The bonus is you get paid for keeping fit. Although it isn't a get-rich-quick scheme, it can be quite rewarding. We plan to arrange some competitions between the rolex replica districts so that the fun never stops.


Equipment Required

The following is a list of the typical equipment a cycle courier needs in order to perform the job.


The Pay

The courier gets a majority % commission of the job charges. A standard rider doing 20 jobs per jobs per day will typically earn over €1,000 euro per month. A district lead doing the same job would earn approx. €1,300 euro per month excluding bonuses. District leads work on a % commision only, so it in their interest to generate more business.


Tax Responibilities

Riders are treated as independant contractors and therefore must take responsibility for their own tax affairs. We do not directly employ any riders.


Hours of operation

From 9.00am to 5pm, Mon - Fri. The cut-off is 4.30pm for a same day drop. Jobs timestamped after this cut-off are carried out at the decretion of the working rider. 6-7 hours is the maximum expected work day for the courier.


Rider Availability

Riders can rest or relax during quiet periods and can even be at home providing they live close within the district zone. However, once they are assigned a job they need to get peddaling! If you are at home or waiting around you need to be brushing up on your map skills or checking your tyres.


Customer Satisfaction

Riders will be paid for all jobs that the customer agrees to accept. If the time frame for the delivery was well outside the agreement with the customer (e.g. over 2 hrs) and the rider did not have a valid reason then the customer will be refunded and the cycle courier will receive a penalty of €5 euro to be deducted from their payments.





Locations online

online Dublin City Centre


Coming Soon

offline Cork City Centre

offline Galway City Centre