SuperCharged FAQ

Do I have to get a $7 annual membership?
What do I get for my membership?
Does the membership automatically renew?
Do I complete the waiver for myself or my child?
Who can sign a waiver for a minor?
Do I need a reservation?
Can I just show up and Jump or Drive?
When I make a reservation how early should I arrive?
When is the best time to come to avoid long lines?
Which track is better?
Which track has the fastest karts?
What’s the difference between Pro Speed and Semi-Pro Speed?
Is there a weight limit for karting?
How fast do the Karts go?
How long are the races?
Why is each race only 7 minutes?
What is the cost of racing?
What are the special requirements for kids to race?
Can I bring my own helmet?
How many drivers can race at one time?
Do you have two-seater karts?
Do I have to do all races on the day I buy them?
Advantages over gasoline powered karts?
Can I walk around and check the place out?
Why do I need to give you my email address?
What are the requirements for the Trampoline Court?
Why can’t I do back flips on the trampolines?
Do you have group rates?
Do I have to get a $7 annual membership?

At SuperCharged memberships are required to participate in activities. When you activate a SuperCharged membership you are opening an account that keeps your liability waiver on file and records your racing history. While we know this is a new concept for many, we remind you that we are not a traditional trampoline park, but are a one-stop-shop for fun that incudes JUMP & DRIVE options.

What do I get for my membership?

The $7 membership includes either the required $4 jump socks or $2 head sock, free locker use, loaner shoes if needed, helmet rental, storage of race history & pro points information and member exclusive offers for one year.

Does the membership automatically renew?

No, your annual membership does not automatically renew. Once it expires you will be required to purchase a new annual membership.

Do I complete the waiver for myself or my child?

Everyone who will participate in an activity must have their own individual waiver on file. This means you must complete a waiver for your child and for yourself if you wish to participate in activities with them. When you complete a waiver for yourself you will sign for yourself. When you complete a waiver for a minor for which you are the parent or legal guardian it will ask for the parent or legal guardian’s signature, however that waiver should contain the information for the minor participant.

Who can sign a waiver for a minor?

Only the parent or legal guardian of said minor may sign their waiver. This feature is available on the website so if you are bringing along a minor for which you are not the parent or legal guardian, please have their parent or legal guardian complete and sign their waiver in person or via the website prior to arrival.

Do I need a reservation?

Absolutely NOT. Online booking is available but never required. We welcome walk-in guests for ARRIVE & DRIVE.

Can I just show up and Jump or Drive?

Absolutely, Arrive & Jump or Arrive & Drive are our most common guests. We welcome walk-ins!

When I make a reservation how early should I arrive?

As stated in the Terms & Conditions you acknowledge when making an online booking you should arrive no less than 30 minutes prior to your reservation. Failure to do so may cause your reservation to be moved back to a later availability.

When is the best time to come to avoid long lines?

Wait times are always subject to change based on volume. While this is not something we can predict, experience has shown that the best times to avoid a wait time are weekdays and early hours on the weekends. Friday nights tend to offer significantly lower wait times than other nights.

Which track is better?

It really is a personal preference. Both tracks are the same length with different challenges that cater to everyone’s skill level and need for speed. We encourage you to book a heat on both tracks and let us know which one you like most.

Which track has the fastest karts?

The karts are the same on both tracks.

What’s the difference between Pro Speed and Semi-Pro Speed?

Semi-Pro allows drivers with less experience racing high end karts or driving experience to race a slightly reduced speed so long as they are 58 inches or taller.

Pro speed is a more competitive pace for drivers with experience racing and strong driving skill. All Pro Speed drivers must be 58 inches or taller and 15 years of age.

Is there a weight limit for karting?

Individuals weighing an excess of 300lbs will affect the performance of the kart.

How fast do the Karts go?

We do not share SuperCharged proprietary operational or technical details. Our karts speed meet go-karting industry standards.

The experience at SuperCharged is unique and the kart speed has been designed to meet the technical track design we offer on our two multi-level tracks.

How long are the races?

Our races are formatted so that the best lap time wins the race. Each of these racing heats offer an intense 7-minute experience.

Why is each race only 7 minutes?

Our races are within the industry standard of average race length ranging between 5 to 10 minutes and has to be accommodating of the track design and racing experience.

What is the cost of racing?

Our pricing research has established SuperCharged’s total cost of racing is less expensive than our competitors within a hundred-mile radius. We also offer a unique blend of attractions that nobody else offers including, climate controlled building, food service, bar service, and additional attractions such as an arcade and 8,000 sq. ft. trampoline courts.

What are the special requirements for kids to race?

All drivers must meet the minimum race height of 58 inches, have the ability to safely operate all vehicle controls and obey all safety directions. There is no minimum age requirement.

Can I bring my own helmet?

Yes, please do! We want you as comfortable as you can be. SuperCharged does require the helmet to be full-face, with a working visor (goggles Not Acceptable), and the helmet must be D.O.T approved.

How many drivers can race at one time?

Drivers per race can range from 1 up to 14 on a normal day utilizing an individual quarter mile track. SuperTrack days, featuring our ½ mile raceway, can accommodate as many as 28 drivers. SuperCharged reserves the right to increase or decrease those numbers based on driver safety.

Do you have two-seater karts?

SuperCharged does not offer a two-seater kart at this time. Our track is designed to maximize the racing thrill based on single seater karts.

Do I have to do all races on the day I buy them?

No you do not. When you purchase a race the racing credit goes onto your individual account. It will remain there until we schedule the race for you. Once scheduled you must complete that race or return to Guest Service prior to that race starting in order to have the racing credit returned to your personal account. This is why there is so much value in buying one of the multiple race packages. Buy 10 races today, schedule 3, and save the other 7 for another date, and save money on both visits!

Advantages over gasoline powered karts?

High speed all electric go-karts offer a cleaner, no gas fume odor to their counterpart gasoline karts. They are also quieter, require less maintenance, and are better for the environment. More torque is available with all electric go-karts and you do not lose any of the racing thrill recognized from the older gasoline models.

Can I walk around and check the place out?

Yes, and we highly recommend it. If you go upstairs, you can view our awesome trampoline courts. That will lead you to our mezzanine to view the largest multi-level karting track in the world. Downstairs is our bar and café. Once you decide to participate, complete your waiver and Guest Services will be waiting to help schedule your activities.

Why do I need to give you my email address?

Glad you asked, we will send you our monthly newsletter which will include member exclusive promotional offers, updates to our hours of operations and special events.

What are the requirements for the Trampoline Court?

To participate on the trampolines there is no minimum height or age requirement. All participants must be able to jump on their own unassisted and follow instructions given by court marshals. A membership and waiver must be on file and anyone entering the trampoline courts must have a authorizing wristband purchased from Guest Services.

Why can’t I do back flips on the trampolines?

For safety reasons we do not allow back flips. The risk of injury in greatly increased by performing back flips and we strive to always make safety our top priority.

Do you have group rates?

Yes, please contact our Event Sales Team for group rate information at 860.444.7700 x111