What we're about

This is a group dedicated to all those who get out and roller-skate, inline-skate, and have fun. Outdoor, Indoor, anywhere paved. We welcome all skill levels and fitness levels and will have various events targeted towards these different levels. From fixed locations , 5 km to 50 km rides, we roll on Tuesday nights. #TNS

Feel free to suggest events or message one of the hosts to post!

Upcoming events (4+)

Friday night skate events (online registration)

Link visible for attendees

We skate weekly on Friday nights after 6 pm & sometimes other days.
Register your skater profile here to be notified or invited to events.
(The events will not be posted on meetup)

Look at youtube, twitter & instagram first to have a good idea of what we do.

Joining:
Means the acceptance of the following & zero tolerance any type of politics

Season:

  • Season opens on the 3rd week of March until the last Friday of November, but we still skate all year round, winter included.
  • Spring time on closed circuit location, then slowly moving into trails starting 2km length and increasing distance on a weekly basis until mid July up to 15~18km in order to build up performance for summer.
  • By mid July the trail length will be 15 to 20km & in August 20 to 50km.
  • With less day light, September trail distance will decrease, city skating starts as well as getting back to closed circuit locations for practice.

Groups:

Events:
Read about frequency here & what you need to know and bring to an event

  • Golden wheels: Skaters above 50 years of age
  • General and closed circuit: Everyone (skate parks, rinks, arenas, sports tracks, <10 km etc)
  • Intermediate and recreational: Distance up to 20 km. Average speed between 12 km/h to 15 km/h
  • Advanced: Distance above 20 km. Average speed 15 km/h and above
  • Titans: Distances up to 50 km or more. Average speed 20 km/h and above (invited skaters only)

Skaters will receive email event announcements to their registration profile according to their demonstrated skills, equipment as well as placed on a group that match their peers.

Styles:

Locations:

  • City trails, woods trails, city/urban skating, pump tracks, sports tracks, hockey rinks and a skate park once a blue moon

Annual events:

Pictures & videos:

Organizers:

  • Anyone wanting to be an organizer, is required to successfully have hosted/lead at least 3 successful events
  • Follow & uphold the waiver as well as the code of conduct

Team:

FAQ:

Friday night skate events (online registration)

Link visible for attendees

We skate weekly on Friday nights after 6 pm & sometimes other days.
Register your skater profile here to be notified or invited to events.
(The events will not be posted on meetup)

Look at youtube, twitter & instagram first to have a good idea of what we do.

Joining:
Means the acceptance of the following & zero tolerance any type of politics

Season:

  • Season opens on the 3rd week of March until the last Friday of November, but we still skate all year round, winter included.
  • Spring time on closed circuit location, then slowly moving into trails starting 2km length and increasing distance on a weekly basis until mid July up to 15~18km in order to build up performance for summer.
  • By mid July the trail length will be 15 to 20km & in August 20 to 50km.
  • With less day light, September trail distance will decrease, city skating starts as well as getting back to closed circuit locations for practice.

Groups:

Events:
Read about frequency here & what you need to know and bring to an event

  • Golden wheels: Skaters above 50 years of age
  • General and closed circuit: Everyone (skate parks, rinks, arenas, sports tracks, <10 km etc)
  • Intermediate and recreational: Distance up to 20 km. Average speed between 12 km/h to 15 km/h
  • Advanced: Distance above 20 km. Average speed 15 km/h and above
  • Titans: Distances up to 50 km or more. Average speed 20 km/h and above (invited skaters only)

Skaters will receive email event announcements to their registration profile according to their demonstrated skills, equipment as well as placed on a group that match their peers.

Styles:

Locations:

  • City trails, woods trails, city/urban skating, pump tracks, sports tracks, hockey rinks and a skate park once a blue moon

Annual events:

Pictures & videos:

Organizers:

  • Anyone wanting to be an organizer, is required to successfully have hosted/lead at least 3 successful events
  • Follow & uphold the waiver as well as the code of conduct

Team:

FAQ:

Friday night skate events (online registration)

Link visible for attendees

We skate weekly on Friday nights after 6 pm & sometimes other days.
Register your skater profile here to be notified or invited to events.
(The events will not be posted on meetup)

Look at youtube, twitter & instagram first to have a good idea of what we do.

Joining:
Means the acceptance of the following & zero tolerance any type of politics

Season:

  • Season opens on the 3rd week of March until the last Friday of November, but we still skate all year round, winter included.
  • Spring time on closed circuit location, then slowly moving into trails starting 2km length and increasing distance on a weekly basis until mid July up to 15~18km in order to build up performance for summer.
  • By mid July the trail length will be 15 to 20km & in August 20 to 50km.
  • With less day light, September trail distance will decrease, city skating starts as well as getting back to closed circuit locations for practice.

Groups:

Events:
Read about frequency here & what you need to know and bring to an event

  • Golden wheels: Skaters above 50 years of age
  • General and closed circuit: Everyone (skate parks, rinks, arenas, sports tracks, <10 km etc)
  • Intermediate and recreational: Distance up to 20 km. Average speed between 12 km/h to 15 km/h
  • Advanced: Distance above 20 km. Average speed 15 km/h and above
  • Titans: Distances up to 50 km or more. Average speed 20 km/h and above (invited skaters only)

Skaters will receive email event announcements to their registration profile according to their demonstrated skills, equipment as well as placed on a group that match their peers.

Styles:

Locations:

  • City trails, woods trails, city/urban skating, pump tracks, sports tracks, hockey rinks and a skate park once a blue moon

Annual events:

Pictures & videos:

Organizers:

  • Anyone wanting to be an organizer, is required to successfully have hosted/lead at least 3 successful events
  • Follow & uphold the waiver as well as the code of conduct

Team:

FAQ:

Friday night skate events (online registration)

Link visible for attendees

We skate weekly on Friday nights after 6 pm & sometimes other days.
Register your skater profile here to be notified or invited to events.
(The events will not be posted on meetup)

Look at youtube, twitter & instagram first to have a good idea of what we do.

Joining:
Means the acceptance of the following & zero tolerance any type of politics

Season:

  • Season opens on the 3rd week of March until the last Friday of November, but we still skate all year round, winter included.
  • Spring time on closed circuit location, then slowly moving into trails starting 2km length and increasing distance on a weekly basis until mid July up to 15~18km in order to build up performance for summer.
  • By mid July the trail length will be 15 to 20km & in August 20 to 50km.
  • With less day light, September trail distance will decrease, city skating starts as well as getting back to closed circuit locations for practice.

Groups:

Events:
Read about frequency here & what you need to know and bring to an event

  • Golden wheels: Skaters above 50 years of age
  • General and closed circuit: Everyone (skate parks, rinks, arenas, sports tracks, <10 km etc)
  • Intermediate and recreational: Distance up to 20 km. Average speed between 12 km/h to 15 km/h
  • Advanced: Distance above 20 km. Average speed 15 km/h and above
  • Titans: Distances up to 50 km or more. Average speed 20 km/h and above (invited skaters only)

Skaters will receive email event announcements to their registration profile according to their demonstrated skills, equipment as well as placed on a group that match their peers.

Styles:

Locations:

  • City trails, woods trails, city/urban skating, pump tracks, sports tracks, hockey rinks and a skate park once a blue moon

Annual events:

Pictures & videos:

Organizers:

  • Anyone wanting to be an organizer, is required to successfully have hosted/lead at least 3 successful events
  • Follow & uphold the waiver as well as the code of conduct

Team:

FAQ:

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