When you’re looking for a venue to go quad biking, Kent is an obvious choice, especially if you’re based in or around London. From its perfectly suited terrain to its quad racing credentials, the Garden of England is a superb choice for your quad bike experience. Here are five reasons to go quad biking in Kent.
Ok so we’re not exactly claiming to have a Mediterranean climate, but when you come quad biking in Kent you have a better chance of good weather than in other parts of the country. Way down in the south east of England, Kent is as far as it is possible to get from the paths of most Atlantic depressions, and the wet, windy and cloudy conditions that they bring with them. According to the Met Office, south-eastern England has lower rainfall, and more hours of sunshine than other parts of the UK, which makes it more suitable for outdoor adventures.
For a county that’s situated between London and the continent, Kent has a remarkable amount of open space, and the variety of the terrain is superb for quad biking. Kent features areas of muddy farmland, forest trails, and rocky hills that contribute to a varied and demanding quad safari. At Ashtree Farm we have trails that cover over 200 acres of land, which includes a unique wooded quarry, orchards, and open fields making ours the most exciting quad biking venue in Kent.
Quad racing credentials
For fans of quad biking in Kent there are plenty of thrilling quad racing events where you can be a spectator rather than a rider. Visit Margate or Ramsgate for QRA beach cross racing events which include quads, motocross, and SSV machines, or alternatively head to the Central Park Stadium for the Sittingbourne Speedway. For those that want to see daring displays of expert quad biking, Kent is certainly the place to be.
Eat breakfast in central London and go quad biking in Kent before lunch! Our quad biking venue in West Malling is just under an hour from central London by train and is easily accessible by car. Located close to the M26 and the M20 we’re ideally located for a day trip from all over the south and east of England. If you’re quad biking as part of a stag party or hen do, you can easily head into London afterwards, or if you just want a great day out you can stay nearby and see what else the Kent countryside has to offer.
Even if action and adventure isn’t usually your thing, you can still enjoy the beautiful scenery and striking views while you’re quad biking. Kent is a county where the seasons change very visually, from the bluebell carpets of spring to the lush greens of summer and the vibrant golds and oranges of autumn. You’ll truly appreciate the beautiful views of rolling countryside after you and your quad have mastered a particularly rocky climb.
Hopefully we’ve wetted your appetite for quad biking in Kent. Whether you want to take advantage of the diverse terrain, beautiful views, and moderate climate to have a go at quad biking yourself, or perhaps you want to attend some of the fantastic quad racing events Kent has to offer, this is clearly the