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 (5)

Toronto Island: 10 to 15 km Island trail

Jack Layton Ferry Terminal

Ferry service to resume with 50% capacity. Masks mandatory. Daily ticket sales limited to 5,000. Ticket is $9 and includes return. Ferry/Island rules: https://torontoisland.com/ferry.php https://toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/parks-gardens-beaches/toronto-island-park/all-ferry-schedules https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment Buy tickets online: https://secure.toronto.ca/FerryTicketOnline/tickets2/index.jsp Skill level requirements: INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED & above What's your skill? https://tinyurl.com/ability-levels COVID-19 NOTICE! Please read (Mask for virus protection is required) https://tinyurl.com/Covid19Notice https://tinyurl.com/SkatingMasks If you cannot make it, and said you would go, please let us know by RSVP. 25% of the route will be done in small residential area shared trails. If there is anyone available to lead a second group, we could have 2 groups. NOTE: No skates on the boats. Take some loonies and toonies in case you want to use and leave stuff in the island lockers. Transportation: Parking and TTC are available on location. Parking: https://bestparking.com/toronto-on-parking/neighborhoods/harbourfront-parking TTC: https://moovitapp.com/index/en/public_transit-Harbourfront-Toronto_ON-efsite_4bfaa3494a67c928d08528cf-143 Pavement at the Hanlan (west) side is a bit rough but gets better within half the first kilometre. Overall previous foods had worn out the asphalt, so you may want to take bigger or newer wheels. The central part of the island and taking the board walk, one must do it with care because if it is wet it is often slippery of your stride is harsh and strong. (not the best for beginners) The rest of the pavement will mostly good or okay if it has not been previously flooded. Check out the video bellow. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto_Islands https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto_Island_ferries https://youtube.com/watch?v=79qA9oTFSd0 ---------- Check pictures, map for location, parking & meetup. ---------- Please let us know your wheel size in the comments bellow. Wheel size recommendations: No: Less than 80 mm Triskates: 90 mm and above ---------- What should you bring? - Protection: Helmet, wrist, knee, elbow pads & padded shorts. (Remember, everyone is responsible for their own safety) - Energy bars - Drinks with electrolytes - Sportswear to move freely. - Go-Pro camera or equivalent (make sure your skate parts are tight and wheels in good condition) Follow us out on twitter: https://twitter.com/cityskaters Check out our youtube: https://tinyurl.com/TorontoBladers

Etobicoke: Practice the spin: All levels practice

Rotary Peace Park

Skill level requirements: ALL Levels from beginners to experts. All wheel sizes. What's your skill level? https://tinyurl.com/ability-levels First timer for an event? All levels are great to set the foot in. Come and join us. COVID-19 NOTICE! (Mask for virus protection is required) Please read: https://tinyurl.com/Covid19Notice https://tinyurl.com/SkatingMasks If you cannot make it, please let us know by RSVP. This is a great moment to practice and improve skills. This session will be to practice skills Video to help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e68tYVAGytI NOTE: Skates with heel brakes will not allow the maneuver successfully Location is Rotary Peace Park (by the lake) Parking is also available near the location Location Check pictures for detail. Weather you want to improve your style or just show up to improve other techniques for generic skating moves, the session and available space gives opportunity for all types of skaters to see, learn from others, practice and improve their skills. Stopping, starting, backwards, breaking, positioning, sliding, power and slalom moves or skate tech talk in regards to matters of common interests, the pick is yours. Check this: https://tinyurl.com/SkatingTutorials Pavement: smooth asphalt (parking lot type) ---------- Check pictures, map for location, parking & meetup. ---------- Please let us know your wheel size in the comments bellow. Wheel size recommendations: Any size Maintenance: https://tinyurl.com/RotateWheels ---------- What should you bring? - Protection: Helmet, wrist, knee, elbow pads & padded shorts. (Remember, everyone is responsible for their own safety) - Energy bars - Drinks with electrolytes - Sportswear to move freely. - Go-Pro camera or equivalent (make sure your skate parts are tight and wheels in good condition) Follow us out on twitter: https://twitter.com/cityskaters Check out our youtube: https://tinyurl.com/TorontoBladers

Toronto: Scarborough to Rouge Beach (Port Union) 10km Total loop

Skill level requirements: INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED, EXPERIENCED, SUPERSTAR, EXPERT and above Whats your skill level? https://tinyurl.com/ability-levels COVID-19 NOTICE! Please read (Mask for virus protection is required) https://tinyurl.com/Covid19Notice https://tinyurl.com/SkatingMasks If you cannot make it, and said you would go, please let us know by RSVP. Parking: (on location)[masked], [masked] (Copperfield and beach grove) Video of the trail: https://youtube.com/watch?v=ojzqsuhnoBc https://youtube.com/watch?v=knblsqsYKUI (drone) Ride of the Waterfront trail in Scarborough (Toronto). The video begins at the Highland Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant and ends at the mouth of the Rouge River. ---------- Check pictures, map for location, parking & meetup. ---------- Please let us know your wheel size in the comments bellow. Wheel size recommendations: No: Less than 80 mm Triskates: 90 mm and above Maintenance: https://tinyurl.com/RotateWheels ---------- What should you bring? - Protection: Helmet, wrist, knee, elbow pads & padded shorts. (Remember, everyone is responsible for their own safety) - Energy bars - Drinks with electrolytes - Sportswear to move freely. - Go-Pro camera or equivalent (make sure your skate parts are tight and wheels in good condition) Follow us out on twitter: https://twitter.com/cityskaters Check out our youtube: https://tinyurl.com/TorontoBladers

Backwards to forwards transition: All levels practice (Toronto)

Skill level requirements: ALL Levels from beginners to experts. All wheel sizes. First timer for an event? All levels are great to set the foot in. Come and join us. COVID-19 NOTICE! (Mask for virus protection is required) Please read: https://tinyurl.com/Covid19Notice https://tinyurl.com/SkatingMasks If you cannot make it, please let us know by RSVP. This is a great moment to practice and improve skills. This session will be to practice power stops, power slides and jumps Video to help: https://youtube.com/watch?v=aHBagetaL2c Location is at Sherbourne common Parking is also available near the location Location Weather you want to improve your style or just show up to improve other techniques for generic skating moves, the session and available space gives opportunity for all types of skaters to see, learn from others, practice and improve their skills. Stopping, starting, backwards, breaking, positioning, sliding, power and slalom moves or skate tech talk in regards to matters of common interests, the pick is yours. Pavement: smooth asphalt (parking lot type) Check this: https://tinyurl.com/SkatingTutorials ---------- Check pictures, map for location, parking & meetup. ---------- Please let us know your wheel size in the comments bellow. Wheel size recommendations: Any size Triskates: 90 mm and above ---------- What should you bring? - Protection: Helmet, wrist, knee, elbow pads & padded shorts. (Remember, everyone is responsible for their own safety) - Water + energy bars - Sportswear to move freely. - Go-Pro camera or equivalent (make sure your skate parts are tight and wheels in good condition) Follow us out on twitter: https://twitter.com/cityskaters Check out our youtube: https://tinyurl.com/TorontoBladers

Past events (57)

Etobicoke: Queensway West 18km flat total

M9C 1B8

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