Best ATV Ride Tours in Bangalore
About the activity :
Also called ‘All-Terrain Vehicle’ (ATV), a quad bike is a customized three/four wheeler vehicle that is driven on low pressure tires and are suitable for any kind of track. It is one sporting activity that has travelled its way right from USA to all other parts of the world.
Unleash the thrill seeker in you with an amazing session of quad biking in Coorg! Arrive during the daytime and ride through a challenging 2kms muddy track in Kodagu district. Following your arrival, you will be briefed about the tips and tricks of the game.
Post this session, get into the required safety gears and hop onto your bikes. Kick-start the engines and ride through the 2kms muddy, dirt-ridden track. Challenge the rugged terrains, display your manoeuvring skills over the turns, and make it an adrenaline pumping experience in Coorg!
Total Biking Distance: 2kms
About the activity :If you love the rugged road and all the
thrills and adventures that it offers you, then you need to head for an
exciting quad biking experience in Bangalore with your friends on the next
weekend and explore the rough mud and rocky roads that lie ahead of you! Revv
up your engines and head for an exciting offbeat quad biking ride in Bangalore
in one of the best outdoor motor sports arenas in the state of Karnataka.
Experience what real outdoor sport feels like
and yell in euphoria as you skim through the highs and lows of the challenging
terrains in the best in class ATVs of 200cc on a track of 1.5km. Jump, roar and
fly through the humps, curves and slopes, on this exciting ride of a lifetime! With quad biking in Bangalore, you can rediscover the thrill of adventure without really leaving the city!
About the Activity:Indulge in a fun ATV ride activity in Jalahalli, Bangalore.An ATV is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control.Feel the rush of air as you drive on a defined track and zoom on the vehicle.You can take 2 laps, each lap being 0.75 km.