Quad World: for all the family

If you’re looking for something new for the family, why not trying quad biking at Quad World in Exeter?

Established 37 years ago, the family-run business offers a half mile track with lots of twists and turns and sessions from 6 years old. The expert team can cater for most disabilities and welcomes family bookings, through to children or adult birthday parties, stag/hen do’s and corporate events. 

Each booking and price is determined by age as described below: 

For youngsters aged 6- 10 years old, the Yamaha YFM 50cc is perfect and sessions start from £22.00. 

For 11-13 year olds, the Suzuki LTZ 90cc goes a bit faster and the sessions are priced at £27.00 

Older teens from 14-16 year olds can upgrade to the Yamaha Breeze 125s and prices are from £30.00. 

Riders over 17 can ride the adult bikes for the biggest action and prices are £35.00 each. 

 At Quad World, under 6s can also ride free with an adult, so everybody is welcome.  

 We spoke to owner Craig Lawson to find out more, 

“For families with younger children, we start off with an old-school safety practical demonstration and show how quads work. A 1:1 safety lap and helmet and body armour are offered free of charge.

If the younger children (6-10 years) are struggling, we will drive the quad for them, so they don’t miss out. The session comprises of 12 laps or 30 minutes, whichever comes first and our loyalty cards allow customers to get a sixth session for free after five paid sessions.

We’re open all year round and only close in deep snow, ice and when the temperatures hit -7°C.”

Quad World is popular across all ages and abilities and is unique in the region for allowing 6 year-olds to join in the quad fun and doesn’t have a ‘follow the leader’ format. The emphasis is on having independent fun, within the parameters of safety at all times.

“Our purpose-built track is loved by all our new and existing customers. We’ve had a range of events booked over the years from 60th birthday parties, to stag do’s and children’s parties. We welcome everyone and have introduced an optional water bucket challenge for group bookings over ten people. After the 12 laps, each rider individually rides with a water bucket, with the aim being to not spill water. The lap is timed and those that spill water, have time added on at the end. The winner is the rider with the faster speed and receives a medal or trophy and the loser gets a water bucket over their head!” 

To find out more, see the website below: