Junior & Youth Quads

Our school quad bike sessions are suitable for children aged 8 years+. 

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The sessions start with a full safety briefing and instruction on quad bike controls. In small groups of 4 or 5, children begin on one of our woodland Quad Tracks which consist of many varying challenges to test all levels and capabilities. 

We use 90cc bikes which give all the thrill of a larger bike but with safety restrictions limiting speed suitable for this younger age group. If your group masters our track assault course quickly they will be taken on woodland treks designed for the age group.

Quad Trekking is a fun and exhilarating activity as part of a School Activity Day or School camp, developing students independence and confidence as they rise to the challenge of mastering this new skill.

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3 age related packages:

Junior Quads

Youth Quad Trekking

Senior Quad Trekking

For groups of less than 8

This is one of the favourite activities at Oaker Wood; and with 175 acres of mature Herefordshire woodland to explore that's hardly surprising.

We offer quadding from the age of 8 with 3 age related packages:

Junior Quads - perfect for birthday parties or leaving primary school celebrations

Youth Quad Trekking - a teenage version of our adult endurance trekking

Senior Quad Trekking - experience the full thrill of our woodland endurance

Family Quad Trekking - for groups of less than 8

Family Quadding

Thursday is Family Quad Day

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What our customers say

I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all your hard work and the hard work of your fantastic staff to make our trip so successful.

Caroline Gilbert - Kings High, Warwick - June 16

I wanted to thank you and the rest of the team at Oaker for another fantastic weekend. All the students are still buzzing from the activities and again we were looked after brilliantly.

Natalie Anderton - St Thoms More 6th Form

The food is plentiful and delicious ("this is the best curry ever", said several boys), and the activities of adrenaline high ropes and paintball are perfect for the needs of active lads.

King Henry VIII School

Difficult as it may seem, the Oaker Wood experience was even better this time than last year. With the newly-built wooden pods, the boys had heated accommodation and no wind or rain could unsettle their night's sleep. The camp remains a magical place, with the fairy lights and firepit. Even the compost toilet has become part of the legend!

Warren Honey - King Henry VIII School

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