The MOST Extreme Bike Ride Happened in Peru (No Llamas Were Hurt)


When you think Peru, you probably think Machu Pichu. But there is SO much more to the country where even altitude sickness can be deadly for tourists. BMX bikers, Aaron Chase, Chris Van Dine, Ali Goulet, Katie Holden and Rich Van Every take us on the wildest of rides down the country’s mountains with a GoPro. You better hold on!

“These mountains go forever and ever and as we’re going up, the mountains are going up,” one of the bikers said. “When we get up to these ruins… it’s a lost world up there and we’re rediscovering it on our bikes.” And they don’t only rediscover ruins, but also Peruvians who welcome them with open arms.

As they ride down the mountain to the city center, one biker puts everything in perspective: “Anyone who makes it out alive is like a brother.”

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Someone at LAX was Busted for Bringing in 450 Illegal Tamales from Mexico

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Someone at LAX was Busted for Bringing in 450 Illegal Tamales from Mexico

The holidays are almost upon us and you know what that means…


Pretty soon, this will be your diet:


Recently, someone at Los Angeles International Airport had their tamal dreams ruined.  A passenger who stocked up for tamal season tried to bring in 450 pork tamales through customs.

Credit: US Customs and Border Protection

Why 450? Well, because everyone knows…

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READ: The Factual Reason Why Latinos Just Won’t Diet

But US Customs and Border Protection agents had one thing to say:


According to ABC7.com, the passenger lied and said “no” when asked if the passenger was bringing in any pork products into the country. After agriculture specialists inspected the passenger’s bags, they found the pork tamales.

The passenger was fined $1,000 for “commercial activity with the intent to distribute” the tamales.


“Commercial activity”? Do they know that 450 tamales will only last a weekend in a Latino household?

The US Customs and Border Protection said they’re not tamal grinches:

Credit: US Customs and Border Protection

“Although tamales are a popular holiday tradition, foreign meat products can carry serious animal diseases from countries affected by outbreaks of Avian Influenza, Mad Cow and Swine Fever,” Anne Maricich, the Acting Director of CBP Field Operations in L.A. told ABC7.com.

Not only was the passenger fined, according to officials, the tamales were later “destroyed.”


No word on what “destroyed” means, but here’s a guess:


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