October in the mountains of Peru marks the start of the wet season and we knew that the weather would be starting to change, but we didn’t realise just how quickly it would happen. We’ve spent the past eight days on the Peru Divide route and it’s been wet every day. Sometimes we’d be lucky and it wouldn’t start raining until 2 or 3pm but the days when it started in the morning and didn’t stop were the worst. However, the weather didn’t stop us enjoying this scenic and remote route.
Second launch for 2019 👇
Tickets to the magnificent and wondrous Shambala festival go on sale 29th October at 1pm! True to form, Shambala are going all out AGAIN to make sustainable travel easy 🌳
Dedicated tickets just for cyclists at cheapest tier prices (up to £40 saving) 🚴♀
Rides now from London, Sheffield AND Bristol, and all cyclists get a free yoga or massage experience during the weekend! Amazing Shambala as always 👏
Tickets at shambala.org/buy-tickets