National Route 40 is a road in Argentina that runs North-South, parallel and close to the Andes mountains. It is one of the longest "historic" (before modern "interstate" types were introduced) routes in the world, having an iconic status in Argentina similar to Route 66 in the US. Twelve friends, known as "Los Piyus" (we wrote about them before) decided to traverse this route in historic motorcycles while carrying donations for poor schools in the area and setting impromptu "classic motorcycle exhibits" (with muddy bikes) in various towns. One of the bikes was a Royal Enfield.
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