Aug 07, 2017
Assembling our All Terrain Karts is very straightforward. Typically it takes about 30-40 minutes (the ATK PRo comes ready assembled). Here's a short video giving you a guide:
May 01, 2014
So you'd like to buy an ATK wooden go-kart but not too sure that you want to have to assemble it? Then check out our new assembly service. Our pit crew are standing by to leap into action and build it for you. OK, so it's not the Williams team but they are very good! Just order before 1.00pm, allow two working days for delivery (rather than the usual one) and your ATK Classic or ATK Start will arrive assembled, checked and boxed for you, ready to go. Imagine your child's face when they open the box.......
Nov 08, 2013
What do we buy the children for Christmas? It's a real dilemma. Will it be something fun, challenging or a toy that gets them outdoors? The ATK Go-Kart offers a simple solution - all three things in one great package. Loved by girls and boys alike the ATK starts with the bonding experience of you building the kart together with your child, an opportunity that is all too rare nowadays. With it's chunky all-terrain tyres, the ATK then gets the kids out in the fresh air enjoying all the thrills and spills that outdoor play offers. They can roar...
Sep 30, 2013
It's interesting what one remembers about childhood. One of my earliest memories is being given my pedal car. I think that I was about four years old when I was presented with an amazing metal racing car, which rapidly became my pride and joy (excuse the rather fuzzy photo). The car was one of two types made after the war, the other being the more common version which was based on an Austin A40 which nowadays is often seen on fun-fair roundabouts. The J40 (as it was known) also featured at this years Goodwood Revival meeting. The cars were...
May 01, 2013
If you're wondering exactly what's involved in building the ATK, then wonder no more. Christopher (with a bit of help from a friend) has made a great demonstration video showing what comes in the ATK Classic box and how it's assembled. Not quite up to Mclaren's speed but, with a bit of practice....... !