Before You Skate

You are highly recommended to bring helmets and guards if you own any!

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Before You Skate

You are highly recommended to bring helmets and guards if you own any!

1

Make Reservation 

Do make sure to make a booking for your preferred timeslot.

 

Slots will open 7 days in advance

2

Complete waiver

Do sign the waiver form before coming!

 

This will help speed up the registration process and avoid waiting to enter!

3

Bring along Mid-Calf length socks 

For hygiene purposes,  we require socks to be above the skate boot and thick enough to absorb sweat.

 

If you do not have such socks, fret not! You can always purchase from our counter!

4

Roll with us!

Come down during your reserved date and time! You only need to make payment at the counter when you arrive. We accept Cash, NETS, Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard) and GrabPay. 

Happy rolling!

Which to Skate?

Roller Skating

Roller Skates also known as quad skates, are the ancestry of skating that went back all the way to the 1930s when roller skating first became popular in the United States. 

 

These skates have four wheels in a two-by-two configuration, providing more stability.

 

They are used in artistic skating, and are standard in most indoor tracks.

 

 We recommend roller skates for beginners because they’re more stable.

Inline Skating

Inline Skates are more commonly used in modern day skating. 

These skates have four wheels in a straight line configuration, which is suitable for outdoors to avoid obstacles.

It offers more ankle support, speed, and maneuverability compared to Roller Skates.

 

They are used in Inline Hockey and Speed Skating. 

Also, they’re a lot like Ice Skating!

See You There!

We look forward to have you roll with us!

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