Bicycles Roll Into Fashion In Mexico City [Headlines]

Bicycles Roll Into Fashion In Mexico City [Headlines]

The emergence of bikes and bike sharing in a traffic-clogged and pedestrian unfriendly city is surprising.

Nestor Bailly, PSFK
  • 1 november 2011

Miguel Campos hawks tamales from a pedal cart, while blaring a campy recording that tells customers to “Get ’em while they’re hot!”

Vendors such as Campos and a few die-hard enthusiasts riding their bikes on the Mexican capital’s traffic-clogged streets used to make up the entire cycling contingent in this city where cars rule the road.

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