Next Race: Awaiting 2023 information.
Disclaimer: The below info is relative to the 2021 event. We hope to soon receive updated information with regards to the 2023 event.
Terrain Description: It’s a rocky desert but in general it’s a very particular terrain. (editor: people refer to it like riding on the moon.)
Racetrack Format: Day 1 is a Beach Race or Prologue. Day 2 is a Time Trial or a Mountain Race and Day 3 is a Mountain Race or a Hare Scramble and the race track for day 3 is a Sea to Sly format in which every 20 to 25 kilometers the difficulty will change to a higher level, starting at Iron and finishing at gold. The idea is to have at least 3 days of racing.
Categories: It’s one category but it will depend how far can you go
Average Daily Riding Time: Day 1 10 minutes. Day 2 up to 7 hours. Day 3 from 90 minutes to 2.30 hrs.
Racetrack markings: Yes.
GPS Mandatory: Yes.
Entry Fee: US250$.
Championship-Race: It was the Latin American FIM only venue in 2020 and we plan to keep on working with FIM (if possible).
Race History: Started in 2015, so far we had one race each year.
Normal/Expected Attendance: 120 riders.
Nearest Civilisation: San Bartolo, 40 km south of Lima.
Nearest International Airport: Lima Airport (Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chavez)
Rental Motorcycles: Some.
Race License: Yes, but only if you want to take part of the FIM championship. Otherwise everyone can participate.
Motorcycle Conditions: All bikes are welcome.
Typical Weather: It’s summer and it can be hot as hell in certain areas of the race (up to 36 celcius)
Sightseeing: Machu Picchu.