<b>Mexico 2010:</b> Bicycle Industry Loses Home Market to Chinese Suppliers

In Latin America, Mexico City has the largest road network dedicated to motor vehicles, stretching out over 64,000 kilometres. But only 30 kilometres is reserved for cyclists, despite 25.2% of all daily trips in this city being made by foot, or on a bike. These figures were recently published by the Urban Mobility Observatory for Latin America in a comparison of cities in the region. The lack of cycling infrastructure makes it a difficult job for advocacy groups to get more people cycling more often.

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