|July 13th to 26th 2020|
Explore the sacred valley of the Incas ! The fourth edition will reveal a complete new race course mostly on gravel roads in the sacred valley near Cuzco. You will ride across the marvels and beauties of the Andes mountains, live an unprecedented bikepacking adventure at high altitude and discover the Peruvian culture behind your handlebar.
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History and symbols of Peru
Heartland of the Inca Empire, Cuzco region is full of mind blowing gravel roads, built at the height of the empire. These numerous ramifications that cross the region are part of the “Qhapaq ñan” (royal road in Quechua), the ancient road network of the Incas which was traveled on foot by uncommon humans: the Chaskis. These exceptional athletes were able to communicate messages within the Inca Empire at unprecedented speeds and metabolic power alone.
Nowadays, Peru hides one of the most spectacular gravel cycling playground with superb passes and breathtaking landscapes. Highlight of the 2020 edition: the Ausangate and Salcantay, the highest peaks in the region which hide spectacular landscapes but also one of the most demanding bikepacking experience! Finish the race and explore then Macchu Picchu from the race village located in Urubamba village!
IncaDivide #4 is mainly about gravel (>80%) and high altitude!
You are required to have the following equipments with you during the race. The organisation will ensure you have all mandatory equipement when you attend the athletes and bikes check-in.
Find below useful information on the logistics and the schedule for the race. The race start is next to Cusco international airport where taxis are easily available. You can then be driven to the race village at Sonesta Yucay hotel next to Urubamba city.
Athletes Hall of FAME
Is this challenge for you? Do you have what it takes to finish? You will never answer these questions until you try. Last year, 20 different countries reunited to explore Peru. Click on to discover who you will be meeting on the start line for this new adventure in Peru, in the heart of the Sacred valley. You can also take a look at 2019’s finishers.
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After the race
Robbie Ferri, finisher of the 2018 incadivide in less than 195 hours, shares the racing setup he used in Peru. Discover …