We understand what it takes to develop and maintain successful programs with founder Jesse Angelo having decades of bike shop operations management along with Andy Graef's experience managing fleets and bike commuter programs. Together, we have a unique level of experience and understanding which is what helps us to make our partnerships successful and long-, lasting.
Some of our partner organizations include Fred Hutch, Seattle Children's, Amazon.com, Boeing, Hudson Pacific Properties and Kimpton Hotels.
Whether you are a property manager, transportation coordinator or benefits manager — we will work to give you exceptional service and advice that will last for years to come.
CHOOSE THE LEADER
As Seattle’s on-site bike maintenance expert. We work closely with Transportation and Benefits Managers to develop customized programs that fit each organization's unique needs in supporting their ridership. We understand that when it comes to commuter programs, one size does not fit all. Mello Fellos will build a plan that suits your organization’s culture, budget and long-term goals.
Mello Fellos specializes in building your fleet from the ground up. In addition to providing the perfect bicycles for your fleet, we offer an array of accessories, apparel, and storage solutions that cater to your desires and needs. If you already own a fleet of bikes, our on-site maintenance services can be scheduled to meet the demands of your team, employees, or guests.
POP-UP SHOP EVENTS
Not all bike events are created equal. We understand that your ridership may not require year-round on-site maintenance which is why Mello Fellos offers pop-up events for your workforce, club or special event. We offer various options including single, multi-day and seasonal events. Choose from our wide range of bike events tailored to meet your specific needs. Whether you require on-site maintenance, temporary pop-up events, or seasonal gatherings, Mello Fellos has got you covered.
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