A new docu-series called Neale Bayly Rides: Peru will have you trekking through extreme Peruvian terrain.
"Motorcycle journalist" might sound like a fake job you made up in high school when people asked you, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" but, apparently, it's a real thing. Enter Neale Bayly, an unshaven, mop-haired Brit who is not only an award-winning journalist, but also one of the world's top motorcycle riders (overachieve much?). He's been around the planet on bikes, looking for adventure in 45 different countries over the last 35 years. Now, you can ride along with him thanks to a new series on SPEED called Neale Bayly Rides: Peru in which our man leads a band of travelers—both experienced and total newbies—on slick BMW motorcycles through the South American country's most extreme terrain. Their goal? Make it to the Hogar Belen Orphanage in Moquegua, where the team will help out the kids however they can. Sick rides, crazy landscapes, and people doing good things? Check out the trailer and set your DVRs.