>>1379017>Anyone here work as a bike messenger?
4 years. These questions are better asked >>1377847
A lot of fixie riders are fakengers>What's the pay like usually?
Depends how busy your city is but pay is generally shit. Barely enough to get by in any city.>one company in my city
sounds like a city that's not too busy>they're always short of people
Turnover rate is high due to low pay for high labor and risk. No statistics to back this up but from my experience of seeing other messengers, turnover for most people is like 2 months if they can even make a month. Anyone who makes it past 2 years, can go until they break.>I'm thinking of giving it a go part-time
Don't let shit get to you when it does. Stay focused on not getting hit by a car, it's not a matter of if you'll get hit by a car but when. (Been T-boned twice, shit hurts)