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Welcome. This blog site is intended to provide information about the unique off the beaten trail travel experiences organized by Peru Cycling. Also to share photos, videos, tips, comments and to hear feedback from you to make the Peru Cycling trips experience better and better.

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jueves, 26 de noviembre de 2015



We offer top notch mountain bikes.

For your convenience, delivery to your address or to your hotel is available.

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jueves, 19 de noviembre de 2015

The Inka Jungle Route to Machu Picchu

The Inka Jungle Route to Machu Picchu.
4 days / 3 nights.

Visit Machu Picchu has been a dream or a project for many people from around the world. The classic way to get there is by train. However this way is expensive and offers very little for most of travellers looking for an authentic experience with local life and the environment.

The alternative way to get to Machu Picchu has been named The Inka Jungle Route to Machu Picchu because it includes sections of an ancient inka trail to walk through a subtropical forest on the Eastern slopes on the Andes facing the Amazon basin.

To add excitement to the journey we have created a route that includes biking from a high mountain top: Abra Malaga at 4,300 m.a.s.l. on a downhill road along the subtropical valley to Santa María village, here stay one night in a local family basic lodge.  Optional White Water Rafting is possible  here as well.


The next mornig the journey continues hiking on the inka trail heading to Santa Teresa.  Near the village and before arrival the termal springs pools are a splendid prize after the hiking day.  In Santa Teresa stay overnight in a local hotel.

The next day in the morning optional fun and exciting Zip-Line is possible. Then transfer to Hidroelectrica and continue hiking some three more hours to get Aguas Calientes, the village at the foothill of Machu Picchu.  In Aguas Calientes stay overnight in a local hotel.


The next day is the day of the glorious visit to Machu Picchu, a guided two hours tour will provide all suitable information about this place nowadays named as one of the Seven Wonders Of The World.
In the afternoon is the return trip to Ollantaytambo on tourist train and final transfer to Cusco


All this in 4 days / 3 nights.


·      Pick up from your hotel in Cusco.
·         Transfer to Abra Málaga
·         Bilingual guide
·         Mechanical support and spare parts.
·         Protection gear (helmet, gloves, knee guards)
·         Mountain bike.
·         Meals: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunchs, 3 dinners
·         2 nights accommodation in local lodges.
·         1 night in rural lodge –basic service
·         Entrance ticket Machu Picchu
·         Tourist train Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo
·         Tourist bus transfer Ollantaytambo – Cusco
·         Medical kit
Optional: Huayna Picchu or Montaña Machu Picchu entrance tickets

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miércoles, 18 de noviembre de 2015



In Cusco a new option of unique experiences offered exclusively by Peru Cycling.

A guided biking tour in the millenary Cusco city.
A close encounter with the local people, history, legends and traditions of the capital city of the Inka Empire on bikes along the ancient stone paved streets to discover the secret spots and meaningful details left by the Inkas.
Admire the varied architectural styles: inka, colonial and republican and to visit many interesting places: the rivers traversing the city underground, panoramic view spots, museums, handcrafts market, the inka twelve cornered stone, the seven snakes wall, the four suyus main inka trails, San Blas neighborhood, San Pedro local market, Huacaypata (plaza de armas), etc.

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martes, 17 de noviembre de 2015



PERU CYCLING offers an interesting experience for travelers who seek a deeper, more meaningful connection with Lima in a close up visit biking the city streets, avenues, parks, boulevards, bike paths and main interest places including those little known sites and details such as icons, symbols and monuments hiding encrypted bits of the city history and that embody the spirit of a journey of the Century Explorers Club.   In this easy bike ride the city reveals the truth of its occupation since the early pre-hispanic times, passing through the spanish colonial domination and republican times to present days.

The Lima's highlights are included, such as: the Historic Center (downtown), the traditional and elegant Miraflores, San Isidro and Santa Beatriz neighborhoods. the 19th century Parque de la Exposición, Plaza San Martín, Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral of Lima and San Francisco monastery, and much more...

After a lunch/snack break in a traditional peruvian cuisine restaurant the ride continues by the nice residential areas of modern San Isidro and Miraflores on the Pacific Ocean seaside bike path.  

Have you ever tried Peruvian Pisco Sour?
The best in town is on our way right from the bar it was invented in the early 1900's. Bring some extra 20 soles (U$8) to try it and meet the Peruvian Pisco Sour's creator barman.

The ride goes by safe low traffic streets and bike paths.

The tour starts from your hotel at 10am and ends at the same place at 3pm aprox.

Tour start at different time is possible upon your request.

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lunes, 16 de noviembre de 2015



Are you interested in mountain biking in Cusco, Peru?

One of the most amazing experiences that can be lived on the Peruvian Andes biking along the ancient trails of Cusco on the Sacred Valley of the Inkas, riding the Lares valley on the best downhill trail in the Americas, arrive Ollantaytambo from the heights of Abra Malaga at 4300m and enter Cusco city by the stone paved trails made by the Inkas. The superb beauty scenery along the Andean trails hosts archaeological remains of the facilities made by the Inkas such as Moray,Yuncaypata, Inkilltambo, Chuquiquirao and the millenary Maras salt mines, etc.   
Now a days those trails are still in use by local farmers continuing their cultural heritage and us on this route specially developed by will enjoy all these wonders to be your personal epic Andean biking experience.

The bike trip can be organized in 3 days / 2 nights,  4 days /3 nights and 5 days / 4 nights

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