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Yesterday we spent a day with some fascinating people that are doing some gob-smacking things with renewable energy that I promised not to go into detail about here (yet). We’re also helping them market quad bikes in the UK. I’ve long been a fan of quad biking and trekking – whenever I get involved in staff days out or stag do’s, the quad bike park in Frodsham is my fist port of call.
So we spent a few hours in the cold hills of Lancashire filming a few of the quads in action. This is my footage of the farm quad bike. It’s 300cc and has lots of extras like a winch, tow bar, mud flaps. One customer apparently fitted a snow-plough to the front of his and made a fortune during the recent big freeze clearing supermarket entrances and the like!

The founder of Attwood Digital, Mark is a digital marketing veteran having been working online since before the dotcom boom. He created the world's first online skip hire service in 2003, has created multiple online courses, lectured on digital marketing and even written a book on the subject. He is also an ICO advisor and crypto-enthusiast.
  1. Looks a lot of fun!

  2. That looks like a lot of fun…never tried it but will look up that park in Frodsham now.

  3. Looks great, but I’m not sure my staff could get their cleaning equipment in the back!

  4. Digt Alboukrip of the best sports fun for me, especially in desert areas

  5. I think this sort of vehicle would be a wonderful practical way to get around on one’s own acreage, especially in inclement weather.
    I wouldn’t suggest anyone take the vehicle into hunting territory though.
    I am absolutely sure that if a vehicle like this were to scare away the deer that my uncles had been tracking all day, the driver would end up dodging bullets.
    Just a thought.

  6. You want to try shooting rabbits from the back of a quad bike at night. That tests you!!

    1. That sounds like a lot of fun – except I love the little bunnies 🙂

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