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Uber Eats: Anyone Delivering by BIKE in Dallas or Fort Worth?

Billd12

New Member
I'm Austin-based considering spending most of March in Dallas, possibly delivering by bike for Uber Eats.

I currently do bike food deliveries in Austin for Favor. (Favor doesn't allow bike deliveries in Dallas.)

Anyone delivering by BIKE in Dallas for Uber Eats?

Wondering what it's like doing food deliveries for UE in *downtown* Dallas specifically, during lunch and dinner times.

I have much experience delivering by bike in Austin;

Would love to hear your take on doing bike deliveries for UE in Dallas or Fort Worth, if you have that experience.

Thanks!
 

Billd12

New Member
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I must say In Dallas you would make more money by creating a cardboard sign and finding a busy intersection. It would also be safer.
Ha ha! I'm so over holding a cardboard sign! ;-)

On a more serious note, hoping to hear from folks with actual bike delivery experience in Dallas.

Thanks.
 

NoBS

Well-Known Member
Ha ha! I'm so over holding a cardboard sign! ;-)

On a more serious note, hoping to hear from folks with actual bike delivery experience in Dallas.

Thanks.
Last time I saw guys posting about bike deliveries in this forum was like a year ago. Probably not very popular in this city. Try doing a search by keywords.
 

Uberyouber

Well-Known Member
Last time I saw guys posting about bike deliveries in this forum was like a year ago. Probably not very popular in this city. Try doing a search by keywords.
Yea I remember that guy !. Dallas is not bike friendly...you will probably end in a hospital bed, in a coma.
 

dfwlyber

Member
Ha ha! I'm so over holding a cardboard sign! ;-)

On a more serious note, hoping to hear from folks with actual bike delivery experience in Dallas.

Thanks.

Are you insured? Do you have a bullet proof vest? Again, are you insured?
 

TomTheAnt

Well-Known Member
If you don't value your life a whole lot and have a good life insurance coverage, then go for it.
 
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