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One of the funnest things in rollerblading is to get together at events with other people that enjoy your passion from all around the world. Rollerbladers have always been family to each other and there is no experience like spending time and skating or evening making a road trip and camping with other rollerbladers. Below is a list of events around the world that happen every single year that everyone needs to experience if they get the chance. Please fill out the form at the bottom of this page to submit or revise a an event.

Camp & Skate Trips


Colorado Road Trip (CORT) - Colorado, USA
Founded in 1999
The Colorado road trip started in 1999 with 6 friends just trying to escape the city and enjoy some time skating parks in the Rocky mountains of Colorado. The first route followed I-70 west from silverthorn out to montrose and eventually expanded to include Telluride. In 2014 we shifted the route to head a bit further south along highway 50 from cedaredge to Leadville and in 2016 we tried a new idea of a single campsite where there was no set route for the day. It has become way more than just a skate trip through the mountains, CORT has become a reunion of friends from around the world enjoying music, fishing, climbing, drinking, hiking, lots of swimming, and just about anything one might imagine! Over the past 19 years it went from 6 attendees to an average of around 130 people, with the greatest attendance over 200 people one year! CORT will continue to grow and change with the times and at this point I see it going another well into the future!
When: First Week of August
Average attendance: 130-200  people
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Roskilde Festival - Roskilde, Denmark
Roskilde is one of the biggest music festivals in the world. It is also a week of camping partying and blading the skatepark at the festival.
When: Late June
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Northwest Shred Tour (NWST) - Pacific Northwest, USA
Founded in 2011
The NWST is an annual camping and road trip across varying parts of the Northern United States. Typically the tour takes place in Oregon and Washington. However it has taken place in Montana before as well.
When: June
Average attendance: 80-100 people
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We Tour - Serbia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria
Founded 2009
Every summer we spend  2-3 weeks travelling with a bus around several countries visiting skateparks and some street spots. No one has to pay for travel expenses, the bus is free. You will have to pay for hostels every night. This tour has inline skaters, skateboarders and BMXers traveling together.
When: 28 july - 15 august
Average attendance: 50 people
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Uinta Camp and Blade! - Utah, USA
Founded 2014
The Uinta Camp and Blad is typically held in Northern Utah, near the Uinta National forest. It's a camping skate park tour of some of our less traveled to parks. Full of blading, crawdad boils, camping, and a fair amount of drinking.
When: Takes place during July in between The Northwest Shred Tour and the Colorado Road Trip.

Average attendance: 30 people
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The NDN Rendezvous - Idaho, USA
Founded 2012
This is a roadtrip with meeting spots in different rural Idaho towns. The NDN crew and their guests take over the skateparks, spots and saloons for a weekend outta town.
When: late summer
Average attendance: 20 people
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Schmidty's Ramp & Camp - Indiana, USA

Founded 2016
Semi Annual weekend camping event at an amazing spine mini-ramp on a lake in Indiana.
Average attendance: 50 people
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Lake Havasu Blade, Camp and BBQ - Arizona, USA
Founded 2015
The Lake Havasu Blade, Camp and BBQ trip is held in Lake Havasu City where people from all over the Southwest meet up to hang out on the beach front skate park. Most of the people who come out end up camping just north of town with everyone, and some stay at one of the hotels near the park/lake. It is usually a 3 day event beginning Friday morning, and some end up skating almost everyday. A few wild ones do camp out a few days prior and even after.
When: Happens at the end of February.
Average attendance: 20-40 people


Bacon Tour, Bad Ass Crew Of Ninjas. - Washingon, USA
Founded 2016
Start in Spokane Washington, then Cusick Washington, and finish in Kettlefalls Washington but we're thinking about adding Sandpoint Idaho to the list this year. And just random campsites in between
When: September 2nd
Average attendance: 20 people
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Parties


Athens Blade House Annual Skate Session & Party
founded in 2013
Every year Nick Kouros and Syeahskate thrw an amazing party at the most famous blade house in the world! Shred the house with bladers from all around the globe, get destroyed at the infamous after party. The Blade House is simply a residential home in an Athens suburb, with stuff to skate on its premises. And its for bladers only! How cool is that? Equipped with a railbox park, an indoor mini ramp, a handrail and much more, Syeahskate is happy to invite you to the 5th annual Blade House event!!! It would be great to have you here!
When: Septermber 2nd
Attendance: 100+
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Skatepark Contests


Winterclash - Eindhoven, The Netherlands
founded in 2005
Winterclash is the longest running skatepark contest in the World. This event draws skaters and spectators from around the globe for a weekend of amazing skating and great times.
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Blading Cup
Blading Cup is an annual Skatepark Contest that takes places in Santa Ana California and is hosted by Them Goods.
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Slamm Jamm - Liverpool, United Kingdom
Founded in 1999
This is one of the biggest and oldest skatepark comeptitions in the UK.
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Dee Cup - Dundee, Scotland
Founded in 2015
Hosted by Mark Graham,The Dee Cup is a Annual Rollerblading Contest held in the Scottish City of Dundee at Factory Skatepark.
When: June
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British Inline Championshops - Corby, United Kingdom
The British Inline Championships rebirth was founded by Matt 'squid' Witchalls. The British Inline Championships (BIC) was reborn to foster growth, popularity and acceptance across all aspects of inline skating worldwide. One of the goal of the BIC is to provide a platform that serves to excite the inline community and to educate everyone from the avid rider to new blood starting out to the public who have not yet had the chance to see what inline skating is all about.
When: January
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Fise - Montpellier, France
Founded in 1997
The FISE (Festival International des Sports Extrêmes) celebrates this year its 20 years of existence. Taking place every year during the weekend of the Ascension, today it is clearly one of the greatest extreme sports events that should not be missed ! It is happening from the 24th to the 28th of may on the riversides of Le Lez in Montpellier. Each year the festival gathers the best of the BMX, Roller, Skateboarding, Wakeboarding and MTB scenes, with renowned athletes offering to the public a unique show filled with sensation. During 5 days, 5 sports and close to 25 competitions set on a pleasant site along a river welcome the festival-goers in a unique environment
When: June
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Barcelona Xtreme - Barcelona, Spain
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Urban Week - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Founded in 2016
Urban Sports Week Amsterdam is designed to give non mainstream sports a platform and an opportunity to showcase themselves to not only their core communities but also the wider public. A major component of the concept is to showcase the city of Amsterdam and highlight the fact that many of the participating urban sports use outdoor venue’s at various locations throughout the city. Urban sports is about changing your perspective and profiling sports such as BMX, Free Running, Skateboarding, Inline Skating, Wakeboarding and 3x3 Basketball. USWA aims at showing how spectacular and exciting these sports are when packaged together. 2016 saw Amsterdam host the first edition of the Urban Sports Week Amsterdam (USWA). An action packed programme included 47 events spread across 22 different locations. Spectators were able to watch and participate in sports such as Skateboarding, BMX, Free Running, Bouldering, Inline Skating, 3x3 Basketball, Wakeboarding, Panna, Stand Up Paddle, Street Diving, Crossfit and Slacklining. In 2017, the Urban Sports Week will have strong international appeal. The events will take place at striking, central locations in the heart of Amsterdam. This year an extensive and exciting evening program will take place at various locations throughout the city.
When: July
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Burnside Open Championships - Overijssel, The Netherlands
Founded in 1996
The is the longest running competition in The Netherlands.
When: September
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Rollfest - Gdańsk, Poland
Founded 2002
This is a week long event of pure blading and fun.
When: July

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Joyroll - Markham, Ontario, Canada
Founded 2015
This is a yearly event hosted by Tom Mosher where they rent out a massive bike only park for a big blade only session.
When: April
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Real Street Contests


Real Street Series - Stuttgart, Germany
founded in 2015
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The Mile High Battle - Denver, Colorado
Founded in 2000
The Mile High Battle is a grassroots street skating competition established in 2000. Over the years the MHB has changed the idea of what a “street” competition is. Two years ago we were the first city to successfully shoot, edit, and premiere the video from the days competition including the winners of the comp. Along with the premiere we incorporated live music and a live stream through U-stream for people around the world to tune in! This year we are doing it again and I guarantee we will keep raising the bar for your enjoyment! FWHAT!
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Windy City Riot - Chicago, Illinois
Founded in 2002
The Windy City Riot was started by Travis Conn and the VFW crew in 2002. Travis managed to pull some heavy sponsorship from Red Bull for the first two years of the Riot, resulting in a combined purse of about $7,000 between the two years. Once Red Bull pulled out, the Riot’s direction was passed on to Collin Martin. In 2007, the Windy City Riot joined forces with the Roll Series and was given the honor of hosting the first ever Roll Series North America Finals. In 2014, everyone's favorite Irishman in Chicago, Sean o'Daleigh, took over the planning to help Collin transition out of his leadership role. After Sean, the reins were passed to Anthony Esquivel and he put together not only a competition, but an art gallery with painted skate obstacles called Slanted Canvas. The following year, the torch was passed to Chris McCormick. Now this year, Dave Depew stepped up to the plate and will be hosting the competition.
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Duke City Ditch Comp - Albuquerque, New Meixco
Founded in 2014
Ok so this isn't a street comp, but Jeremy Morgan throws a great ditch comp every year that looks amazing!
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Abriss Berlin - Berlin, Germany
Founded in 2015
Street contest in Berlin
When: Early August
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Downhill Races


Maryhill Ratz Freeride - Goldendale Washington
This is a 2 day event, 3 times a year at the Historic Maryhill Loops Road, 2.2 miles with 22 curves. The road is closed and there are 18 to 20 runs a day. All gravity powered vehicles are welcome.
When: The last event of 2017 is September 23 & 24
Attendance: 250
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Skatecross Comeptitions

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Freestyle Slalom Competitions

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Speed Skating Competitions

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