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Perú '21, Year Of The Mask

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Bob the Builder
Aug 24, 2004
14,475
5,490
In the cleavage of the Tetons
Ok, so my mind was opened a bit about ebikes today. It made a 3 hour ride with almost 3000 feet of climbing possible for my 13 year old, without it he would have just been on his nintendo switch all day. I bonked a little too, and took the opportunity to ride the last, hardest climb on one, it was stupid fun. (The ride was mixed 50/50 ebikes and regular bikes).
No judgement, just my experience today.
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rideit

Bob the Builder
Aug 24, 2004
14,475
5,490
In the cleavage of the Tetons
So, today i got to experience a dream of mine, enjoying the Peruvian medical system. I put a cactus thorn all the way through my finger, which was super fun. I went to a private clinic just as an infection precaution, and we werent sure if it was still in there or not. Cost about $250 for a consult, meds, and an ultrasound, what in the hell is wrong with America. And no, i'm not pregnant.
But a stupid fun ride called Olleros, more details later.
For now some pics.
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That’s the ocean far off in the distance, this is the start of the DH
 
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rideit

Bob the Builder
Aug 24, 2004
14,475
5,490
In the cleavage of the Tetons
Its kinda nuts. People take it super-serious, as the medical support doesnt exist. Absolutely mandatory mask usage. But no damn tourists such as myself so far (Macchu Picchu will be different).