(January 2014) St. Louis, Mo –Spoked Couriers, a St. Louis owned and operated bicycle courier service specializing in on-demand deliveries seven days a week, is now available and serving St. Louis City. This courier service intends to strengthen local communities by connecting small businesses directly to their customers.
Spoked Couriers owners Matt Hartman, Kayce Shelton, and Chris Vela are all regularly involved in St. Louis’ growing cycling community by creating, organizing, and promoting events, rides, and races, as well as facilitating private/public partnerships to revive St. Louis’ Penrose Park Velodrome.
“There’s something special about taking a hot entree from the hands of the cook and delivering it straight into the hands of the excited customer,” states Matt Hartman, co-owner of Spoked Couriers.
To place an order, customers call one of Spoked Couriers’ restaurant partners — The Handlebar, Melt, Atomic Cowboy, The Mud House, Shameless Grounds, The Royale — just as if they were going to order take out. For a small fee, a Spoked Courier will pick up the food and deliver it in less than 45 minutes.
Spoked Couriers are equipped to deliver packages, poster tubes, blueprints, retail goods, prescriptions, and even alcohol. Regular hours of operation are from 10am to 10pm, 7 days a week.
Spoked Couriers delivers food in a 12 square mile South City area for a flat $5. Customers can call Spoked Couriers directly at (314) 635-7343 for package delivery quotes and rates, which vary based on parcel size, delivery time and the pick-up and drop-off locations.
About Spoked Couriers: Many of Spoked Couriers’ riders are also members of the SpokedSTL cycling team, a team which collected over a dozen medals at the 2013 Missouri Track State Championships. Spoked Couriers currently has a roster of over ten riders boasting over a decade of combined courier experience
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