A Short Introduction to Roller Derby

What is roller derby?

So you’re new to roller derby. Great! Let me take the time to officially welcome you to the world’s fastest growing sport and quite possibly the most fun thing you could do with your life. Whether or not you’ve discovered derby through a friend, going to a local bout, or even watching Whip It, we’re just glad you finally found us. Roller derby may have gotten its start in the mid-thirties, but it has changed quite a lot since then, and it can be frustrating to try to understand the plethora of rules involved.
So how do you describe roller derby? Well besides being flawless, […]

Buy Your Pre-Sale Tickets Online

All of our home season bout tickets are available for pre-sale online through BrownPaperTickets.com, including the full season pass. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/557613 (season ticket) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/552046 (vs. DCRG-May 31st) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/675482 (vs. Glass City Rollers- June 28) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/676608 (vs. Beckley Area Derby-July 26th) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/676612 (vs. Terroz of Tiny Town- August 9th) http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/676623 (vs. Floral City Derby-August 23rd)  

June 28 Home Bout: ROCK vs. Glass City Rollers

ROCK takes on the Glass City Rollers, June 28th in Lexington. TICKET PRICES:$10 in advance via Brown Paper Tickets or ask your local ROCK rollergirl. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/675482$12 at the door (13+) $5 Kids ages 7-12 (Kids under 6 free) Groups: 11-50 $8 each 50+ $7 each Special discounts (only available at the door, with valid ID, Read more about June 28 Home Bout: ROCK vs. Glass City Rollers[…]

Rollergirls of Central Kentucky zip around track in home opener

Check out this article about ROCK written by the Lexington Herald-Leader!


Rollergirls of Central Kentucky zip around track in home opener

BY JIM WARREN
jwarren@herald-leader.com April 7, 2012

ROCK's Autumn Hutt, left, aka Gingler Lee, and Black-N-Bluegrass' Megan Smith, aka Stephena ColRollbert fight for position as the Rollergirls of Central Kentucky take on Black-N-Bluegrass Roller Girls in the first home bout of the 2012 season at Heritage Hall in Lexington, Ky., on 4/7/12. Photo by David Stephenson

ROCK’s Autumn Hutt, left, aka Gingler Lee, and Black-N-Bluegrass’ Megan Smith, aka Stephena ColRollbert fight for position as the Rollergirls of Central Kentucky take on Black-N-Bluegrass Roller Girls in the first home bout of the 2012 season at Heritage Hall in Lexington, Ky., on 4/7/12. Photo by David Stephenson

 

Roller derby returned to Lexington in a big way Saturday night, with two teams of young women in wild, skimpy outfits zipping around a narrow track on roller skates, spreading mayhem, scoring points and entertaining fans. […]