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Toronto Bladers is an inline skating group for intermediate & advanced skaters dedicated to getting out, inline skate, and have fun. We roll anywhere as long as the wheels allow it from fixed skate park locations, 5 km to 50 km rides, we roll 1 to 3 times a week, winter included because the wheel is mightier than the friction.
Events are announced by email, one week prior to the date (check here) but feel free to suggest and or request events!
Season opens on the third week of March until the last day of November, but we still skate all year round, winter included.
We run the group on several platforms and depending on the platform and event type:
- Some platforms are open to everyone that rsvp and guests
- Other platforms are invitation only upon skating with us (no guests)
- And other platforms are open to everyone
Join only if you do plan to skate
- Skater quiz profile must be completed
- Age requirement of 25 or older and no guests
- Adequate equipment that matches inline skating activity
- Minimum wheel size is 80 mm (unless for slalom)
- Due to equipment limitations no quad skates
- No beginners. Check your skill level before sign up
- No pets (cats, dogs, etc), during the events
- No alcohol and or drugs of any kind, legal or not legal
- Compliance with the code of conduct and waiver
- Unblock emails or messages from organizers or you will be removed
- 3 no shows after rsvp yes will result in removal from the group
- 1 account per member only. Unused accounts are removed
- Able to maintain an average speed of 15 km/h or higher on long trails
- No politics, activism, narcissism, flamboyance, skate wars and or disrespect.
- We do not do aggressive skating or quad skating.
- Join the best Toronto group for aggressive skating, here.
City trails, woods trails, city/urban skating, pump tracks, public and private rinks as well as skate parks.
Want to join
This group is not for beginners and you must be skating for at least a year on a regular basis to acquire the required proficiency to keep up with the group. You are expected to be able to keep and maintain an average speed of 15 km/h or higher on long trails.