- Teams & Staff
- Derby 101
- Jr. Derby
- AUSTIN B-CYCLE
- TXRG Prom: The Whammy Awards
September 7th to November 23rd
Sundays: 1pm to 2:30pm
Wednesdays: 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Registration will open August 15th
Sunday, August 31st 1pm
Please plan to attend orientation in the Big Room. Program Managers would like to meet with you all to go over new policies/procedures and answer any questions.
We are having All-Star tryouts before the season starts. If your skater plans to tryout then you need to wait and register her after tryouts have been done.
Fall Session: $150 (Plus $27 WFTDA fee if you have not already paid for this)
All Star Team: $180 (Plus $27 WFTDA fee if you have not already paid for this). Skaters who are trying out need to wait until after tryouts to register.
As of 2014, all skaters are required to purchase WFTDA insurance for an annual charge of $45. If you are joining the Fall session WFTDA fees are $27. You will be signed up for WFTDA insurance when you register. If you already paid for WFTDA insurance you will not need to pay again until next year.
The Texas Rollergirls’ Practice Space — “The Blood Shed”
6110 Trade Center Drive, Suite 101b
Austin, TX 78744
Due to our new WFTDA insurance, we will now be splitting the Junior League into two groups based on age. The age groups are 8-11 and 12-17.
Learn more about the Texas Rollergirls Junior Derby program
Questions? Email email@example.com
Skaters must wear quad (not inline) roller skates and ALL protective equipment when participating in practices and scrimmages. Required protective equipment: helmet, wrist guards, elbow pads, knee pads, and mouth guard. Also, please bring a reusable water bottle to each practice and scrimmage.
Helmet and pads may be purchased at Medusa Skates, Academy, or Sun & Ski Sports. Inexpensive boil and bite mouth guards can be purchased at Academy.
Skates can be purchased locally from Playland Skate Center, Medusa Skates, or online Rollergirl Skates.
Please make sure the equipment fits correctly – helmets should not shake or be tilted back on the head, and chin strap should be tight; elbow and knee pads should cover the joints and not slip or fall down during movement; skates may be purchased a size or two larger to accommodate growth.
Feel free to email the Texas Rollergirls Junior League managers (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about the league or for recommendations on purchasing your skates and gear.
|Black Eyed Bean of the Austin Derby Brats at the Austin Convention Center, May 15, 2011, (C) 2011 Jennifer M. Ramos.|