The most vertical ultra cycling race on the planet took place in July.
6 athletes out of the 17 who started from Quito (capital city of Ecuador), managed to reach Cuzco (Inca empire capital) after a self-supported race of 3.500km, 63.000m of elevation gain in the Andes Cordillera.
BikingMan media team was in South America to follow the racers and make a movie of their stunning performance. Goodbye legs…
Official results IncaDivide 2017
Quito / Cusco (FULL)
Rodney Soncco (Peru) – 16 days, 21 hours and 15 minutes
Felipe Borja (Ecuador) – 19 days, 14 hours and 53 minutes
Mario Villegas (Ecuador) – 20 days, 10 hours and 8 minutes
Jean-Luc Moncassin (France) – 22 days, 8 hours and 12 minutes
Yoshie Yabu (Japan) – 24 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes
Cajamarca / Cusco (HALF)
Alfonso Donoso (Colombia) – 4 days, 11 hours and 42 minutes