RollerbladingSydney.com - Learn to rollerblade / inline skate in Sydney, Australia. We provide rollerblades for hire, lessons, tours and much more.
ROLLERBLADINGSYDNEY.COM
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 Rollerblading & Rollerskating Lessons in Sydney

When?
Lessons are available by appointment on weekends and evenings after work and the area where we teach is well lit. Send us a booking request SMS early to avoid disappointment.
Where?
Although other venues are available around Sydney we require you to take your first couple of lessons at Milsons Point due to the availability of an undercover area in the event of rain.
What Will I Learn?
We teach according to the Instructor Certification Program International (ICP) syllabus covering stopping, moving and turning. We also teach aggressive skating (ramp, street, park) and slalom / freestyle rollerblading so please advise us at the time of your SMS booking. Lessons are also available on quad rollerskates. Many past students have also become involved in roller derby after learning how to skate with us.
For the less ramp or street inclined, and more recreational / fitness focused perhaps you could make your goal becoming proficient enough to skate at night with the group known as Sydney Bladers. But BEWARE the hills (learn how to stop - WELL) and always wear pads & a helmet! Ask your instructor at the time of your lesson for more details about cityskate, social skates, slalom clinics, Sydney's night skating scene and Hyde Park / Rushcutters Bay / Centennial Park events. A few lessons before you venture out on Sydney's streets is highly recommended and we make our lessons fun regardless of your level. Bring a friend!
Group v's Private Lessons
Whilst in the past we have had large groups of skaters for university recreation courses (such as UNSW, UTS, Macquarie and Sydney Uni) we recommend that if you're new to rollerblading that you either first try a lesson pack of private lessons or limit your group sizes to much less than this. This boosts the quality of your instruction and makes for a more rapid progression. This makes your rollerblading lesson experience safer, more memorable and a lot more fun. As such most of our lessons are taught to individuals (1 or 2) or small groups (3 to 5 people) that you organise. So you get at least a 5:1 student to instructor ratio. In our experience larger groups' bookings tend to be more unreliable (insert customer excuse such as Fred and Jo cannot make it, etc) so if you wish to book a lesson for a group of 5 you must organise payment prior to the lesson via EFT or PayPal at least 5 days before. That way even if 2 people in your group failed to show they may be able to still obtain a credit towards a future booking subject to our cancellation policy. We also run kids birthday parties for small groups!
Equipment
We maintain a great size selection and quantity of Flying Eagle, K2, Rollerblade, Salomon Sports, Roces and ex-rental inline skates plus excellent protective pads. We also encourage you to bring your own equipment so long as your skates have a working heel brake (unless doing a slalom or aggressive inline skating lesson). RollerbladingSydney.com.au requires that you wear protective equipment whilst skating. Advise your instructor at the time of sending the booking request whether you'll need us to bring extra equipment (generally at no extra cost). Participants agree to wear pads and helmets at all times during the lesson regardless of ability levels. Participants agree to sign a waiver accepting responsibility for their involvement in rollerblading lessons.

 

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