WATCH: Migrants Buying Bikes in Mexican Border City to Reach US Faster

WATCH: Migrants Buying Bikes in Mexican Border City to Reach US Faster
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Migrants are purchasing bicycles in a Mexican border city and riding them to the Rio Grande before illegally entering the United States, according to reports.

Thousands of migrants from around the world descend every day on Piedras Negras, Mexico, where they prepare to cross the border river into the besieged city of Eagle Pass, Texas.

Border Hawk correspondent Efraín González talked to one group of migrants from Venezuela who hopped on bikes in Piedras Negras to complete the final legs of their journeys to the U.S.

“New groups of migrants are buying bicycles to get to Eagle Pass faster,” González reported on Monday. “These Venezuelans bought each bike for 50 dollars today because they were prevented from buying bus tickets.”

“Now they head straight to cross the Río Grande.”

Some of the adult migrants could be seen riding with children on their backs or handlebars, although it is unclear if they were related.

Monday marked yet another historic day in the ongoing invasion of the U.S., as more than 4,000 illegal aliens swarmed the Eagle Pass area in under 24 hours.

“In the morning one of the largest groups of migrants that has ever been seen in this [border] crossed,” reported González, who covers the Piedras Negas – Eagle Pass area on a daily basis.

Some reports indicate the number may have been closer to 10,000.

Chaos unfolds constantly along the U.S.-Mexico border, as Infowars regularly reports.

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