Start the New Year by kicking some butt on the rink with the Quad City Rollers.

The Quad City Rollers have a Roller Derby Boot Camp starting this weekend and everybody is welcome!

Who are the Quad City Rollers?

The Quad City Rollers have been rockin' and rollin' since 2006. The Quad City Rollers entered the Women's Flat Track Derby Association Apprentice Program in July 2011 and became a full member of the WFTDA in December 2013.  The Quad City Rollers operate as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization and are skater owned and operated.

Quad City Rollers
Quad City Rollers

Get started at the boot camp.

The Quad City Rollers boot camp starts January 8th at the Eldridge Community Center and Rollerskating Park.

This 7-week session will cover all the basic skills of roller derby beginning and will run alongside the Quad City Rollers practice every Sunday 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and Wednesday 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm.

No skating experience is required!  A lot of the Rollers started without knowing how to skate. Coaches will help you learn everything you need to know in a no-pressure fun environment.

Requirements for boot camp.

You need to be 18 years of age or older and have the ability to attend most practices that are kid-friendly, so you can bring the family.
You'll need to wear the required gear. But to start, loaner gear is available.  However, you will need to bring your own mouthguard and helmet...cause come on.

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Get rolling today!

If you have any questions, please email Roxi at If you would like to watch a practice first, you can do that too.  Reach out to Roxi to get it set up.
Ready to skate on it and start the year with a new activity, then sign up today right here.


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