Monday Night Skate Website (http://www.sacramentoskating.com/mondaynightskate_flyer.html)
The free Monday Night Skate, started in 1993, is the largest recreational outdoor skate in Sacramento. Whether you like inline skates, traditional skates, skateboards, or scooters we invite you to join us on our roller route around downtown Sacramento.
Skating is a fun, low-impact aerobic sport. It uses 570 calories an hour while bringing back your childhood.
Our group meets at the parking lot at 3rd and S Streets every Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. It then leaves on a 6 to 12 mile skate. For variety, the route changes from Monday to Monday.
Skating with a group is a great way to learn. You'll be able to skate much better than you ever could alone.
Able to skate for a few miles at a moderate speed. Skating lessons are available.
Able to stop, If you come to the Monday Night Skate before 7:00 p.m., you can usually get a free stopping lesson.
Wrist guards. The most frequent injury skaters receive is a broken or sprained wrist.
Helmet. If you fall on your head, this could save you from becoming a vegetable.
Knee pads. Can prevent a lot of pain and skin rash.
Elbow pads. Falling properly to avoid injury requires elbow pads. Falling on a bare elbow can be very painful.
When skating is done in the dark: Battery powered lights. Flashing red lights increase visibility. A flashlight or other white light can help you see where your are skating.
A bottle or canteen of water.
For more information:
Brian Malone 916-715-2808
Bernard Scoville 916-447-8288.