Most Local Chapters Of Inline Skate Clubs Have Moved Onto Facebook
Many local chapters of inline skate clubs have moved onto Facebook in recent years. Facebook provides an easy and accessible way for skaters to connect with one another and share tips and advice about skating. Additionally, many inline skate clubs have created Facebook pages to promote their events and competitions. Others continue to main separate websites!
There are a few different ways to find local inline skate clubs. First, you can search online for inline skate clubs in your area. You can also check out social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram, as many inline skate clubs have their own pages. Finally, you can ask around at local skate parks and shops to see if anyone knows of any local clubs.
Skate Club Directory
Following are recreational clubs in North America we believe to be active and which have a website. If you have a club you would like listed here, send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fun Roll – Facebook page
Los Angeles Friday Night Skate – Website
California Outdoor Rollersports Association – Website
American Flyers Inline Speed Club – Facebook page
San Diego Rollerblading – Facebook page
Denver Urban Skate – Facebook page
Central Park Dance Skaters Association – Website
Empire Skate Club – Website
New York City Wednesday Night Skate – Facebook page
Landskaters Inline Skate Club – Facebook page, Website
Three Rivers Inline Club – Facebook page
Clear Lake Space Rollers – Facebook page
Dallas Urban Skaters – Archive webpage
Pegasus Flyers Inline Skate Club – Facebook page
Houston Skate Rollerblade Quad and Derby Group – Facebook page
Ottawa Inline Skating Club – Facebook page
London Friday Night Skate & Sunday Stroll – Website
My name is Anson Nakamura and I have been inline skating for fun for 18 years. My friends and I skate at our local skate park and we just love to skate. I have been a big fan of the sport since I was a little kid. I started with a pair of Rollerblades that I got from a garage sale. I was terrible at first, but I kept at it and eventually I got pretty good. Now, I can do all sorts of tricks and I love skating more than ever. There's nothing quite like the feeling of cruising around on your skates, wind in your hair. f you've never tried skating, I urge you to give it a go. It's an incredible feeling and you might just get hooked like I did.