We have no idea when our next bout will be, but that doesn’t mean we can’t give out MVP Blocker awards!
We’re a month into 2020, so it’s time to get your “try roller derby” resolution rolling — with us! Our first Skate It Out of the year is next Sunday, February 9. All levels of experience are welcome!
Suburbia Roller Derby, Westchester’s only flat-track women’s roller derby league, will be holding tryouts on October 21 and 23 from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED and nothing to lose!
It’s our first Friday night Skate It Out! Can’t make it on a Sunday morning? This month’s skate is for you! Bring a friend. Make it a date. Come by yourself, like the independent person you are. Celebrate the weekend on eight wheels. All levels of experience are welcome.
It feels like it’s been raining for a year. Maybe you’re starting to feel as soggy and gloomy as the weather. But SRD is here for you! Come skate out those rainy day blues on Sunday, June 30th! All levels of experience are welcome.
June’s Member of the Month is bench manager Tricky Dick, and this one is a little bittersweet. After nearly ten years with SRD, Tricky is retiring. If you’ve been to one of our bouts, you’ve probably seen Tricky managing the team in his trademark mermaid-scale leggings. And if you’ve ever been a member of Suburbia, you already know what his closing words of wisdom are going to be. Get to know Tricky a little better below:
The Backyard Bullies began their 2019 season with a win over Long Island Roller Rebels’ Rock-A-Betty Bruisers. The Bullies, featuring several of Suburbia’s newest skaters playing in their first-ever public bout, took an early lead, but the Bruisers pushed back by halftime to trail by just two points, 82-80.
May’s Member of the Month has been around nearly from the beginning. She’s one of the unsung heroes of roller derby. Skaters are great and all, but no league could function without our behind-the-scenes crew. We’re proud to introduce our unofficial league mom, volunteer extraordinaire, and part-time superhero: Cinderhella!
“As full of spirit as the month of May, and as gorgeous as the sun in Midsummer.” Shakespeare was talking about Henry IV, but we’re talking about you… when you come Skate It Out on May 18th! All levels of experience are welcome.
This month, we pay tribute to Piña Collider, who is the Backyard Bullies’ co-captain and is one of Suburban Brawl’s top jammers, so you know she has excellent footwork. She’s also responsible for our art, so you’ve probably seen her excellent handiwork, too! Learn more about her below: