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After lake titkaka, we arrived in the city of Arequipa which was my favourite city of the whole trip.

The bikes were ready to go, and we pack up for the long drive to Arequipa.

After an incredible ride from Arequipa to Cuzco, it was time to make our way to Machu Picchu

We managed to get as far as Hydroelectric then parked the bikes up and walked to Machu Picchu

We very quickly racked up 1000 km


After passing the heights a freezing weather of the Andes, we raced through a Nazca desert. Which was our own 200-mile race track.

Cruising down the coastline of Peru DD Bruv was on the back the bike was full, and a bati mix was needed.




The treck of the coca cannon

A quad bike cruise on the dunes in peru

There's a lot to do around the Cuzco area  

Peru was incredible some reminders of the toil of the road with a crash in the desert. Other than that plan sailing and the most amazing people.