In 2002, JCDecaux invented the first generation of self-service bicycles. 900 bicycles have been installed in Vienna (Austria), followed by the installation of bicycles in Cordoba and Gijon (Spain). In 2005, Lyon was equipped with 2,000 new generation bicycles that are even safer and more reliable than before. Today, Lyon has been equipped with 4,000 bicycles and 345 racks. Brussels, Marseille, Mulhouse, Besançon, Paris, Sevilla, Rouen, Amiens, Luxembourg and Nantes have joined the list of the cities equipped with self-service bicycles.
Since October 2005, Cyclocity® has been awarded 12 times. In 2010, Cities of Toyama (Japan) and Brisbane (Australia) has been equipped with self-service bicycles, in 2011, it's Ljubljana (Slovenia) and in 2012 Namur (Belgium).