Pay R350 instead of R700 for a one-hour enduro-race for two people at Xtreme Indoor Go-Karting (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a one-hour enduro-race for two people
- Fun, adrenaline-pumping activity
- Suitable for all weather
- Race around the track with up to eight people
- Best time wins
- Challenge family, friends or colleagues
- Ideal for a group outing
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 011 234 9192
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation on individual printed Groupon
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
Scientists predict that along with invisible clothing, hover-bicycles and meals in a tube, wombats will dominate the go-karting race track in the future. Improve your karting skills and give the enemy a run for their money with today’s Groupon: pay R350 for a one-hour endure-race for two people at Xtreme Indoor Go-Karting.
Faster than an ewe on a pair of fire-powered rollerblades, the Xtreme Indoor Go-Karting Monoco-style track offers sanctuary for speed-freaks seeking legal cathartic channels. Challenging go-karters both young and old, the state-of-the-art Birel Karts are customised for enthusiasts of all ages with safety features that extend beyond the average flight attendant’s hand gestures. Being one of the main priorities on the track, drivers are briefed by wise safety specialists before each race, ensuring that both experienced and amateur drivers are well prepared for the contest about to unfold.
Other than being an entertaining, adrenaline-pumping activity, there’s no better place to settle beef than on the race-track. It’s even better when the title up for grabs is purely bragging rights. Boasting a grand track with faster-than-fast karts, an adrenaline-pumped atmosphere and bucket loads of good times, the one-hour long enduro-race for two people promises to be one for the memory books. Race around the track with up to eight people, while the wind brushes past your helmet and your tyres spit dirt in lagging racers’ windshields. Best time gets the glory, the sweet smell of success and a long line of opponents tending to bruised egos.
Fast Fact: While at the zoo, a boy and his schoolmate decided to have a creative toy-car race. Each devised a plan to make their cars faster. One of the boys attached a freshly-shaken can of soda to his car while the other attached a set of rocket fireworks.