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TRIC will be resuming our skating season on May 1, 2024.

Please see the Meetup Calendar for the latest schedule. 
Come skate the streets and paved trails of “The Most Livable City in America” Pittsburgh, PA.
Three Rivers Inline Skate Club (TRIC) offers weekly organized, recreational, adult group street and trail inline (rollerblade) skates. Organized skates run from May thru September. Skate routes vary in the city, Downtown, Shadyside, Oakland, S. Side, Sq. Hill, N. Side, Mexican War Streets, Strip District, Station Square, Bloomfield, Highland Park, Lawrenceville, and many more. Parks, bridges, stadiums, tunnels, hills, paved river trails, etc... 
See the city and its sights from a whole new perspective!
-Monday 6:45 PM - All level skate at Hazelwood Green
-Wednesday 6:00 PM - Free Skate Lessons / Start & Stop Clinic
-Wednesday 7:00 PM - Beginner Street Skate - Shadyside - less than 1 hr. AS NEEDED
-Wednesday 6:30 PM - Advanced Beginner Street Skate - Shadyside/Oakland -1½ hr
-Friday 6:30 PM - Intermediate City Sights & City Lights Street and Trail Skate - Downtown & nearby areas - 2+ Hrs.
-Sunday Morning 9 AM - Intermediate Social Trail & Street Skate - Downtown & nearby areas with coffee stop, relaxed pace - 2 1/2 hrs.
NOTE: All skates and lessons are “Weather Permitting”. If it is dry we usually skate!
For additional info, club photos, skate schedules, contacts and lessons see our website at:   (We "Skate Everything but the Rivers" our mission for the past 25+ years. A skate club created by the skaters for the skaters. Join us on our FACEBOOK page at:   and this Meetup page: Three Rivers Inline Club. Weekly “FREE” beginner adult skate lessons and Start and Stop Clinics in Shadyside every Wednesday throughout the season, learn to skate. Bring your own skates, helmet, wrist guards, knee and elbow pads.. Learn in a relaxed atmosphere and at your own pace on an outdoor paved school playground. Or just come out to improve your skating skills. Learn to stop and use your skate brake more efficiently!

Frequent social events and activities. Picnics, barbeques, wine and cheese parties, after skate gatherings and tailgate parties, local trips, parades, Light-Up Night Skate, 4th of July Fireworks Skate, Steeler Skates, etc...
Weekend trips to other cities (DC, Philly, Miami, NYC, Boston, Erie, Presque Isle, etc...) to skate with other groups.

Organized street skates patrolled and monitored by the TRIC / Skate Patrol for safety and fun. Monitoring organized street and trail skates for all skill levels from beginners thru advanced skaters. Adults only. Men and women, all ages, fun for everyone! Meet new people. Singles and couples welcome. Bring your friends.
Skating is great cross-training for other recreational sports such as hiking, skiing, cycling, mountain biking, hockey, and other activities.
Join the TRIC club, get a T-shirt (optional) and email list access. Membership not required for the organized skates or skate lessons. Come out and learn to skate or just join us on one of our five (5) weekly skates.
DISCLAIMER: Even if you do not join the club, please be advised that TRIC strongly recommends that all participants in TRIC sponsored events (including its weekly city skates) should carry medical and liability insurance and should wear protective gear (i.e., helmet, wrist guards, kneepads, elbow pads, and, at night, reflective clothing and blinking lights). Please also be advised that there are particular inherent risks of injury involved in city inline/roller skating, including, but not limited to: cars, bicycles, other skaters, pedestrians, potholes, manhole covers, chains, trolley tracks, cobblestones, bad pavement, water, oil, debris, gravel, curbs, stairs, hills and inclines. This list of possible risks is not comprehensive, because conditions on the street, including the weather, are constantly changing. TRIC cannot accept any liability for the existence of any such risks. Ultimately, each skater is responsible for staying alert to potential risks and obeying all traffic regulations. Finally, TRIC strongly recommends that all participants in TRIC sponsored events (including the city skates) possess and master a set of minimum skate skills before participating in its events: the ability to skate in control, especially on hills; to stop in traffic; to maneuver curbs; and to avoid obstacles.

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