Madrid Quad Bike Route
Let us take you on an exhilarating and testing Quads route over beautiful and quiet rugged terrain to the south of Madrid. This is a full-on and pretty challenging test: a driving experience that you will not forget, and a great way to see the great Spanish outdoors! The quad trails contain natural obstacles and real challenges.
Whilst the machines are reasonably easy to control, the terrain requires that you have your wits intact and look out for the olive trees (and the mud from the blokes in front of you) ! You’ll complete a route of 60-90 minutes either driving alone or on piggy back, depending on factors such as group size, time available, and number of vehicles available.
Madrid Quad Biking – typical schedule
- 1400: Pick up and transfer to the Madrid countryside location
- 1515: Arrival, safety briefing and instructions while you sit on your quad bikes.
- 1530: Your route begins
- 1700: Finish – time for a beer?
- 1830: Back at Madrid centre
- Notice that timings depend on group size and location of quad route, and total time out can vary from 4 to 6 hours.
Quadbiking in Madrid: price and what is included:
- Return private coach travel with our rep.
- 1 – 1.5 hours driving “2-up” or “piggy-back” (individual quads also available)
- All safety equipment and quad biking equipment
- An expert quads instructor.
- Price depends on your group size, the time of year and the duration of your route.
Madrid Quad Route – what else do I need to know?
- This can be a dangerous sport if you do not heed the safety instructions given by your monitor.
- This activity involves travelling some distance from Madrid as local legislation does not permit “real” off-road quad-biking in the Madrid region. It’s worth it though!
- Refreshments are available on-site – but ask us if you would like to organise a lunch nearby!
- Wear sturdy sports shoes and casual clothes.
How can I book Madrid Quad Biking?
- Call us on +34648032914 or UK 08448 707147
- Email us at email@example.com
- Use our booking enquiry form here