BECOME A SKATER
Roller Derby 101 (Formerly Known as Rec League)
Roller Derby 101 is an eight-week program that offers adult skaters an introduction to the skating skills required to play roller derby. It is designed to provide those interested in skating with a comprehensive derby workout by building the strength & endurance necessary to play roller derby. Classes focus on safety, stops, skating form, endurance, skate maintenance, lateral movement, and the rules of WFTDA flat track roller derby. No prior skating experience is required. Roller Derby 101 may be repeated as many times as needed or desired. Roller Derby 101 is offered once per quarter.
Successful completion of this program leads into our second level of training, Roller Derby 201.
Roller Derby 201
Roller Derby 201 designed to train skaters for competitive roller derby play. This program teaches the fundamentals of playing the sport of roller derby and focuses on advanced skating skills, contact drills, game strategy, scrimmage drills, and in depth rules discussion.
This program is invite only.
NEXT JUNIOR DERBY 101 BEGINS: February 10th, 2019.
Sacramento Roller Derby offers an 8 week Junior Roller Derby 101 program for youth of all genders ages 8 to 17. This program is intended to introduce the basics of roller derby in a safe and fun environment. This program teaches basic skating and derby skills, communication skills, self resilience, teamwork, and how to fall and get right back up again. Each 8 week program ends with a fun full game/scrimmage that parents, family, and friends are encouraged to attend.
How to Join: New skaters may join any 101 class during the first three weeks of the program. Please arrive between 5 and 5:30 for registration.
Where: Our programs are held at 1501 N. C St in Sacramento. Map It
Time: Adult 101 classes are held from 6pm-8pm on Mondays and Juniors 101 classes are held Sundays 1-3pm.
Cost: Each class costs $10, but if you pay for the entire program of at once it is $70, a $10 discount.
Program Length: Each 101 program is 8 weeks long.
How to Pay: You can pay in person by cash/check/card or pay online using PayPal widget to the right.
What to Bring:
Mouth guard (required)
Breathable, unrestrictive clothing
Athletic shoes for off-skates conditioning
We encourage skaters to bring their own equipment, but we do offer loaner gear available on a first come, first serve basis.
Quad roller skates (NO inlines)