18sep10:30 am2:00 pmFeaturedQuad-biking in North Yorkshire - September 2019Quads, Thrills, Mud and Fun!10:30 am - 2:00 pm Live for Today, Ripley Castle Activity Centre, Ripley Castle, Ripley, Harrogate, HG3 3AYEvent Type :Quadbiking
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 2:00 pm
Live for Today
Ripley Castle Activity Centre, Ripley Castle, Ripley, Harrogate, HG3 3AY
Quad-biking in North Yorkshire Wednesday 18th September 2019 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We are delighted to announce our September 2019 date for Quad-biking in North Yorkshire with Marc and the team at Live for
Quad-biking in North Yorkshire
Wednesday 18th September 2019
We are delighted to announce our September 2019 date for Quad-biking in North Yorkshire with Marc and the team at Live for Today Adventures.
Based at Ripley Castle, Just 10 minutes from Harrogate and a short drive from Ripon and Skipton, you’ll find some really exciting terrain for quad-biking. You will be exploring the huge estate of Ripley Castle and with stunning views of the Castle, Lake and Wild Deer, this is a quad biking track with a real difference.
The session starts from the Activity Centre and heads towards the open grounds. Throughout this time you will be exploring steep hills, fast straights and the most amazing (and natural) obstacles. Once you have the basics mastered your instructor will test you with a variety of different challenges.
We’ll meet in the Live for Today Reception at 10.30 am for tea, coffee and a briefing; then we’ll kit up for the session.
Note: they’ll supply helmets, gloves, and overalls BUT please bring waterproof footwear ( i.e. wellies). This activity contains mud and you will get muddy!
Following the safety briefing we will be split into three groups (the first group will head out approx 11.00am with the other groups having refreshments and a social before the second group heads out at around 12.00pm and the third group 1.00pm ) for your warm-up, familirisation, and some more challenging terrain to master, with lots of open land to explore, but for safety reasons it will be up to the Instructors to determine the participants for some of the more challenging routes.
Please note : absolute beginners or never-evers all welcomed!
And don’t worry if you have never seen a quad bike before, just be ready to be amazed at what you can achieve. Marc and the team are fully qualified, friendly instructors, who will ensure you have a safe, enjoyable and ultimately exciting time.
Note: There are fully accessible loos at the Castle Tea Room and Gift Shop. We will be provided with tea and coffee making facilities but will need to bring our own lunch.
And remember that with Sportability anyone within our remit can participate free of charge.
So just to recap on those details:
Quad Biking – Wednesday 18th September at Live for Today Adventure, Ripley Castle Activity Centre, Ripley Castle, Ripley, Harrogate, HA3 3AY. Meet at 10.30am for an 11.00am start; finish around 2.00pm.
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To find the Live for Today reception area, head into the village and turn towards the castle (between the Boars Head and Church). Continue down until you see an opening in the Castle Walls (on your right). Head through the opening and you will see Ripley Tea Rooms. The Live for Today Reception is directly opposite this.
Parking: There is free parking available by the reception and more free parking five minutes away.
We’d love to see you there. And you may surprise yourself! So if you want to join us then please contact Valerie or Ann at the Sportability office on 020-8959-0089; or email us at email@example.com
The Sportability Team
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