Selection of armoured vehicles including miniature tanks and three ex-military vehicles
Home to Mini Tanks, as seen on Top Gear and The Gadget Show
Option for one or two people
Two hour ‘Trio of Tracks’ experience
On and off-road rides
Military briefing provided
Full equipment provided including jacket, helmet and camouflage
The Fine Print
Expires 30 November 2012 (Excl. 27 August 2012). Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by email via firstname.lastname@example.org, stating 'Trio of Tracks', name, phone number, preferred date and Groupon code. 48-hour cancellation policy. Weekend bookings incur supplement of £10 per person. Must bring printed Groupon voucher on the day. Morning and afternoon sessions available; enquire when booking. Must be 10 or older. Under 16s must be accompanied by a paying parent or guardian. No driving licence required; this is a ride experience only. Max. 6 per group. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 26 July 2012 at 5.45pm.
Entomologists often find themselves wandering into tank driver training facilities, having followed the caterpillar tracks. Go off the beaten path with today's Groupon from Tank Mania. Choose from the following options for a tank ride with combat kit and camouflage:
• £34 for one person (62% off)
• £59 for two people (67% off)
Tearing through the Derbyshire countryside, Tank Mania offers an array of armoured vehicles to navigate the humps, bumps, dips and pits of Measham Lodge Farm. Vehicles in Tank Mania's fleet of plated powerhouses include an AFV 432 Abbot with mounted gun, a Hägglund BV206 and miniature tanks for a pint-sized thrill ride. Corporate, individual driving and family days, plus stag and hen dos are available for those seeking an alternative and adrenaline-filled experience.
Aspiring commandos will be briefed by a trained instructor before getting kitted out with combat gear and camouflage paint to complete the transformation into a hardened trooper. Adventurers will be driven around the track by an ex-soldier, first taking a spin in a Hägglund, followed by a ride around the local villages for approximately 10 miles in an AFV 432 before returning to the site for debriefing.