Become a skater for ICTRD
Do you have what it takes to play Roller Derby?
When is ICTRD’s newbie training
Next training class will be determined.
Typically training classes are be about 10 weeks long and practices are every Tuesday and Thursday (excluding holidays) from 7:30 to 9:30. The rink opens promptly at 7:00 so skaters have time to get geared up and ready to skate at 7:30.
What is the cost of roller derby training?
The 10 week training $25
WFTDA insurance roughly $70
Eventually gear and skates will need to be purchased, costs will vary
If you are interested in joining please fill out the following form for more information. Our membership Coordinator, Maully Mayhem will contact you ASAP.
Required gear for roller derby:
You MUST purchase a mouthguard.
Please buy or acquire a few white shirts to write your name on (front and back).
We strongly recommend you purchase all gear including:
- Knee Pads
- Elbow Pads
- Wrist Guards
ICTRD has a handful of donated gear that we allow new girls to use until they are ready to purchase their own gear, however it is limited. If you wish to borrow gear, it will be on a first come, first serve basis and if you do not have any part of the gear, you will not be able to put on skates.
We have plenty of skates that can be borrowed until you’re ready to buy your own. You are more than welcome to bring your own skates if you already have some, or wish to purchase your own.
Where is newbie training?
Practice is at Skate South which is located at 1900 E MacArthur Rd, Wichita, KS 67216. Just East of the Drive In.
More new roller derby skater details
Things you need to bring to your first night of practice:
- Formed mouthguard
- A white T-shirt or tank top for you to practice in (we will write your name on the back with permanent marker)
- Photocopy of your valid photo ID
- Photocopy of front and back of Insurance card (if you currently have insurance. It is not required)
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