TGRV trains future go-karting racers

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Adventure awaits Kenya kids this April at The Great Rift Valley (TGRV) circuit which is offering an adrenaline-packed camp in Maai Mahiu.

World class go kart track TGRV, will see children as young as six years participate in a week long camp engaging in activities such as go-karting, swimming and zip lining.

The core business of TGRV is go-karting so they will be offering lessons in this area.

“They will learn how to manoeuvre a kart, braking, road safety. We will also teach them how to go around our track which is a 1.2km international standard track,” said Raj Dadhley, CEO of TGRV.

During the course of the camp, children will also have a chance to interact with two Kenyan racers.

“Jaivir and Zoravar will be on site to take the children around the track and we are hoping by the end of the holiday school they will comfortably drive a kart around the circuit,” said Raj.

TGRV was opened in November 2015 with an aim of promoting the sport not only in Kenya but across the continent.

“We felt that children need to be exposed to this sport and there is no circuit of this kind across Africa” said Raj.

At the holiday school there will also be swimming activities where children will have a chance to play water polo.

Another activity that will be sure to get the children’s adrenaline rushing is zip-lining.

“Zip-lining involves sliding down a 150m cable suspended in the air while wearing a harness,” said Raj.

The premises also has self-contained rooms and hot showers where the children shall be staying. There is also a 28 acre garden for playing sports such as football or hockey.

Starting on April 6, the camp will run for six days.

During the school term, TGRV also holds training sessions for children. Adults are also encouraged to rent a kart and give it a try.

For more information call 0722 411 042

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