What To Expect
These 4-wheeled rides are most commonly called "quads," "four-wheelers" or "ATVs" in the United States and Canada, and "quad bikes" or "quad cycles" in other English-speaking countries.
Our course will use a variety of terrain, designed to suit all skill levels. For our beginners or never-evers there are (relatively) flatter tracks for your first time fun. But off-road riding is all about natural terrain and not tarmac. So you can expect some bumps and dips.
Then there are more "challenging" areas for those who wish to experience a more extreme ride, including a number of inclines, sand holes, water splash and hills to try out.
This is an adventure and you will want to push the boundaries, but the main theme is fun. So you won't be expected to do anything that you really don't want to do, as health and safety are our paramount concerns at all times.
We will brief you on the safety features of the ATV vehicle you will be riding, as well as a few other important rules to keep you safe.
Helmet, gloves and goggles are compulsory for all drivers and riders (residents are welcome to bring their own safety equipment as long as they comply with current DOT regulations).
On our purpose built training area, set up in conjunction with the ASI (American Safety Institute) you will be in the right place to acquire the skills to ride safely on an ATV - stop/start, traversing, hill climbs and descents, as well as cornering, braking and weight transference. At this stage we can assess which trail to tackle first.
Tackle the trails around the property at a speed to suit, some of our tracks are for the novice rider and very easy to ride with even ground and no obstacles. Other tracks will challenge the more adventurous and experienced rider with obstacles such as, bomb holes; log piles, small hills and much much more.
Look at the photos, relax and reminisce over your ride.
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
ATV Adult Rider option (driver): Must be over the age of 16 with full driver's license to drive an ATV. If younger than 18 years old, must have a parent or guardian available to sign the liability waiver forms.
ATV Passenger option: Can only ride along with an instructor. Must be at least 45 inches (3.75 feet) tall to participate, with a qualifying adult present to sign a waiver.
Drivers must attend the safety instruction briefing before driving or riding on any vehicle.
Please wear sensible shoes with fully covered toes (trainers are fine; flip flops a no-no) long trousers (jeans are ideal) and if it looks like rain, some sort of rain proof jacket.
Please allow at least 2 hours for each session. This will give enough time to complete the necessary paperwork, get you fitted with your safety gear, and have an average of 70 minutes track time including instruction.
You must complete and sign waiver forms for personal loss or injury.
Late arrivals, for any reason, are considered to be no-shows and as such are not entitled to take part in any of the arranged activities. However, solely at the discretion of the management, you may be able to join a later group if there are vacancies. If this is not possible you must agree that the terms of your booking have been revoked and you are not entitled to any refund.
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