Date

Jul 20 2024
Expired!

Time

1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Cost

$40.00

Embrace the Outdoors: Your Guide to Learning to Roller Skate Outside

Embrace the Outdoors: Your Guide to Learning to Roller Skate Outside 1

Click here to see a video of Instructor Elaine street skating (2021)

Description: Roller skating outside is a thing, and it’s grown tremendously since 2020.  Roller skating outdoors has its challenges and is not the easiest form of roller skating as there are many unknown obstacles to navigate.  Come learn with Elaine of Retro Rollers Inc. inside on the rink floor first.  She will instruct how to navigate obstacles first on a flat surface, and then take you rolling right out the door.  FULL gear must be worn, including helmet, elbow, wrist and knee pads.  We do not offer gear to rent, and we ask that you not wait until the day of the class to purchase.  Gear does not need to be purchased through Retro Rollers Inc. of course.

 

Date: Saturday July 20th Rain date: TBD in August.
Location: 225-2 The Boardwalk on Ira Needles Blvd
Time: 1:30-3:30pm (2 hrs)
Cost: $40 plus tax (1, 2 hour class)
Age Requirement: 14+

Noting: there will not be a “Intro To Rhythm/QuadFit” Class on this date

Rental skates: We ask that you have your own skates for this class
20 Participants Maximum for this class
Pre-registration recommended, drop-ins welcome.

 

Requirement/Level: You will need to know how to hold yourself upright, skate forwards, backwards, stand in skates.  You also should have some general experience with roller skating overall.  If you are brand new at roller skating, save this type of class as a goal for yourself.  We want you to stay safe, and keep on rollin’!

 

  • Safety gear such as helmets, wrist guards, knee and elbow pads are REQUIRED, and not available for rent.
  • Rental Skates are not available for this class.
  • Participants are encouraged to bring their own full water bottle for hydration.  We will take breaks for a drink! Definitely bring a full water bottle.
  • Always wear comfortable clothing that is flexible and breathable.
  • This is not a class meant for inlines or roller blades.

 

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