Movus has won a tender to install a public lending system for bicycles, like the one already operating in the city of Valencia, where cyclists can just get on a bike, ride it, and leave it at one of the many locations around the city.
The tender in question is in Querétaro, Mexico, and Movus is engaged in a joint venture with a local company Grupo Arroco under the name América SA de CV.
Soon the frustrated cyclists of Querétaro will be able to take advantage of 1,200 bikes located at 100 ranks, although hopefully one at time.
Movus is also promoting the cycling lifestyle in Mexico at a congress in Veracruz about urban development and logistics in June 2016.
Movus operates all over Spain, but also has an office in Dubai.