More about Stag Do off road karts...
If you want all the competitive edge and speed of go karting but with a little more kick-ass action then gentlemen, off road karts are definitely for you.
"They're under starters orders..."
Line up and give your mates the 'eye of the tiger', then as soon as you get the green light it's foot to the floor so they can quite literally eat your dust. Off road karts make light work of any terrain, so our tracks have been designed to test you on loose gravel, tarmac, mud, puddles, bumps and rumble strips. We'll pretty much throw everything at you to fully challenge your driving skills in pedal to the metal hardcore racing.
"Eat my dust!"
No stag party is complete without a little healthy competition and stag party off road karts are perfect. Not only will you get an unbelievable, bone-shaking, buttock-clenching thrill ride, hitting big speeds as well as getting some great air, you'll also be fighting it out against the rest of the lads for bragging rights to find who is the stag party Stig and who is bringing up the rear as your own Captain Slow. Prizes and forfeits should be handed out accordingly.
What are 'Off Road Karts'?
Essentially rugged big wheel karts with the capacity to take on any kind of surface. Because of the nature of the beasts they are equipped with roll cages and some serious suspension. This isn't to make them look pretty, these are serious racing machines that will get big air and have been known to go more than a little sideways (rolling while not encouraged isn't unheard of, hence the extra safety protection).
Simply put off road karts are awesome, highly tuned and designed to apply as much as 100bhp, reaching speeds of up to 60mph. We even have the UK's most powerful off road karts in some of our destinations with an incredible 998cc capacity!?! Trust us, for what is still a suped-up, off road go kart that is a shedload of power that even a certain Mr Clarkson would approve of.
Four wheels good two wheels bad...
As a safety note we must point out that any stags clearly still suffering the effects of last night's beer intake may not be permitted to drive. Hangovers are fine but insurance restrictions mean drivers cannot get behind the wheel while under the influence.