RECKLESS Rollers SKATE CAMPS
Reckless Rollers Skate Camp is a progressive skating clinic aimed at getting beginner skaters ready for entry-level roller derby. Below are some important details to get you started.
During classes, BAD Reckless Roller Coaches will teach a structured agenda starting from the very beginner level skills and building up to the minimum skills required to join a WFTDA roller derby league. This camp works to prepare new skaters for league tryouts.
The Bay Area Derby Reckless Skate Camp will teach you the basics of the flat track roller derby environment. We’ll break down essential skills, such as proper derby stance, stopping techniques, fluid movement on the track, laterals, jumping and weaving. During class, we will also focus on essential aspects of the game, including, partner and pack work, blocking and hitting.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Open to female-identifying and gender non-binary individuals who are at least 18 years old, and interested in learning how to play flat track roller derby under the WFTDA ruleset. Before you begin camp, you must be able to:
- balance/roll on skates with no outside assistance
- stay active for up to two hours at a time
- exert yourself physically and mentally throughout the session
Attendance at every session is not required but highly encouraged, as each class builds upon the previous one. No refunds will be given, including for missed sessions or drop-outs. We are limiting the camp to 35 skaters in order to provide each participant quality instruction and individual feedback. Register today to save your spot!
We encourage new skaters to join the Reckless Rollers Facebook group to connect with other skaters currently enrolled in the program, as well as to stay up to date about any potential Friday open skate cancellation.
Skate Camp Pass $199
Skate Camp Pass holders may attend Sunday BAD Dudes practice and Friday Open Skate for free for the duration of the skate camp. You’ll also have access to the BAD Tryouts immediately following the camp.
Quad roller derby skates with appropriate indoor wheels.
Protective gear (helmet, wrist guards, elbow pads, and knee pads)
Skates and protective gear (aside from mouthguard) are possible to borrow at our practice venue each session on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot guarantee your size or quality of equipment. We highly recommend purchasing your own protective gear for cleanliness and safety. You MUST provide your own mouthguard.
Please arrive 15 minutes before sessions to gear up and warm up. Bring sneakers.
Quad Republic Skate Co. (https://www.quadrepublicskateco.com/) is a skate shop located in El Cerrito, CA and is able to help with any equipment needs. They are offering a 10% discount to Reckless Camp participants.
2020 RECKLESS ROLLERS CAMP DATES COMING SOON
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