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La Molina

This is a wekend ride to the east side of the city by streets.
Perfect for low budget and good training on an average of 50K and 700mt of total climb.

Recommended for:
Everyone with average training.

Season:
All year.

Effective riding time:
3-4 hours average

About the Place:

At the east of the city of Lima we have a lot of high mountains that we should pass if we want to point to the Andes.
This mountains today are fulfilled of houses of different social conditions and some of them are able to be ride with low traffic and good safe conditions, basically on weekends in the districts of Surco and La Molina.
So if you want to ride and get back around 10am but with some altitude to climb this is a nice ride.

About the Ride:

Starting from our place in Surco, we will go to La Molina, the average ride is 50K and 500mt climb but may be a bit longer and more climb, depending our goal and training.

What to bring:

Try to bring your own basic equipment: helmet, gloves.
Just a small snack and 1 Lt of water. Sunscreen in summer.
A windvest or a couple of layers in winter days.

Important:

During months of July to September, rains are more frequent in the city, be awared of this issue, in these days ride may be delayed or cancelled if weather may not secure a safe ride. Lima is a city not prepared for rains and when is wet it takes a lot of time to get dry.

1. Starting from our Headquarters

PRICES IN US DOLLARS (USD) or SOLES at exchange rate.

Meeting time:
From December to April:
Sunday 6:15 am ONLY.
Heath is important to avoid during these months.
From May to November: Sunday 7:00 am or early

INCLUSIONS: Mountain bike hardtail or full suspension as available, helmet and gloves. If you bring your biking shoes we can include SPDs pedals.

NOT INCLUDED: Meals, snacks, water or any personal spend.
Transportation from your hotel to our office (you may take a taxi to our meeting point in Surco, 10 minutes by car from Miraflores or Barranco, average cost of 5 USD).

OUR CONDITIONS:
Any broken or damaged part of the bike or equipment, made intentionally or not, caused by riders or terrain issues must get paid back at commercial prices (ex: frame, levers, gears, derrailleur, tyres, wheels, helmet, gloves, etc).
Any injury caused by any reason during the ride is fully  responsability of the rider and any medical or transportation cost must be covered by the rider. This is an adventure sport activity subject by its nature to any kind of non expected events.