Peachley Quad Trekking
At Peachley Quad Trekking experience the thrill of quad biking 3 miles from Worcester, just 7 miles from junction 7 of the M5, in the picturesque scenery of Lower Broadheath.
We have quad bikes suitable for all ages over 6 years, supply all safety equipment, and our experienced fully-trained instructors will individually tailor your trek over our 350 acres of varied terrain and woodland in line with your group’s ability.
On site we also have a a picnic area, and a cafeteria where our kitchen staff can cater for your trekking party’s refreshment needs.
All riders will be given instructions as to the operation of the controls of the quad bike and a trial practice before each trek. We have bikes to suit all ages and abilities from 50cc to 250cc.
All treks are expertly led over glorious Worcestershire countryside where you will meet the challenges that the varied and undulating terrain delivers. The only thing that clearly we are unable to dictate is the weather.
Recent or prolonged rainfall will deliver wet and muddy conditions, whereas dry spells will produce dry and dusty conditions. Whatever the weather our trek leaders will use their many years of experience to select a challenging trail from our 350 acres which will deliver the maximum enjoyment based upon the overall ability of your party.
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