Reckless Rollers, the B.ay A.rea D.erby Girl’s premier recreational skating program, offers the camaraderie and excitement of derby, without the time or financial commitment required of our league skaters. Newer skaters are afforded the opportunity to get their foot in the door and become a full league member by participating in quarterly transfer evaluations and yearly tryouts. Even skaters who only occasionally attend are welcome as Reckless also offers a great networking environment for like-minded Bay Area skaters.
Reckless Rollers hold practices on Saturday afternoons (practice days/times are subject to change). Membership is available via a variety of rate options:
2015 Pricing Specials
Reckless Rollers is open to adult, female, quad skaters (at least 18-years-old). Participants should be familiar with basic Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) skills and have the ability to utilize those skills during practice sessions. Please refer to the minimum skill set as required by sanctioned WFTDA play for more information.
Interested skaters may register for Reckless by sending an email to recklessrollers@
To skate with Reckless, you must have a full set of protective gear: quad skates, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, helmet, and a mouth guard. Prior to your first practice. we’ll email you all of the necessary information you need to bring with you. We’ll also have hard copies on hand for walk-ins.
Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early to your first practice so we can find someone to show you the ropes on your first day. While we prefer pre-registration, drop-in visitors are welcome. Please note that online prices are not available in person, so each drop-in visit will be charged as a single session. If you do not have WFTDA insurance, we ask that you sign an insurance release/waiver at your first practice. Continued Reckless participation requires proof of WFTDA insurance, which may be purchased directly through the WFTDA web site.
Brand new skaters should check out boot camps offered by surrounding leagues, open sessions at skating rinks, and the Bay Area’s numerous outdoor trails until they are able to join RR. Feel free to network on our Google Group or Facebook page to find other participants near you.
Pre-Rec training sessions are held periodically through out the season and we’ll update when we have dates for 2015.