Quad Biking and Apache Rally Driving
Try two of the UK's most exciting motorsports in one high-octane session, with this double whammy driving experience in Kent. Kick things off with a briefing and tuition before each activity from a seasoned instructor - then get ready for some serious motoring action! Start with quad biking and after a fun-packed obstacle course on a New Force 150cc quad, set out on an action-packed journey through 200 acres of woods, orchards and fields. Next up, it's time to experience one of the most exciting driving thrills around with a drive in an Apache rally car. Start in the passenger seat with a demo lap, then hop behind the wheel and take the mighty Apache for a spin, trying out some exciting drifting techniques along the way. Breathtaking!
- Enjoy two top driving thrills in one high-octance session
- No experience required - professional training provided!
- Go quad biking on 200 acres of exciting off road terrain
- Drive a powerful Apache rally car on a purpose-built course
- Availability Description
Regular Saturday dates throughout the year.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age is 11. No previous experience required. Minimum height is 4'11''; maximum height is 6'4''. Maximum weight is 20 stone. Hay fever sufferers please note: the pollen count round the course can get very high in summer. For quad biking, anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
The weather shouldn't affect this experience, but any cancellations are for safety. Please call the venue if in any doubt. In adverse weather conditions the Apache may be substituted with an alternative motorised activity.
Lasts around two hours (one hour for each activity). Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the booked time to ensure a prompt start.
- Numbers on the Day
Everyone gets their own quad bike. Share the Apache driving experience with up to three other keen motoring enthusiasts. At least one instructor is with the group at all times.
- Dress Code
Dress for the outdoors with shoes suitable for driving. Wrap up warm if it's cold and bring a change of clothes if it is wet.