The Bike in Spanish, a Spanish-language bicycle shop on the top floors of Mexico’s capital, is one of many Spanish-speaking shops that have sprung up in Mexico City in the past year.
The shop was founded by a couple from El Salvador and opened in September 2017.
They said they decided to open the shop after they were contacted by someone who wanted to learn Spanish and they wanted to help people.
In the last two years, bike shops have sprouted in the city of 2 million people.
But it was not until recently that the word “bicycle” became a regular occurrence in Mexico, according to El Salvadorian writer Luis Caceres.
“We were really worried because we didn’t have the vocabulary and we didn the language, and we were worried about what would happen if we spoke Spanish and that’s how we found out about this,” Cacere said.
It’s a topic he’s touched on on in the media.
His mother is a linguist and Caceremes father is a doctor.
They also met in a Mexican university where he majored in Spanish.
The couple decided to expand their business in 2017.
“We decided to create this business because we are really happy with the people who live in this country and the things that we see and hear,” Caderes said.