Most folks don’t usually think of flying high and roller skating in the same context. But for those who do – and for folks who want to experience an amazing spectacle – Rollpocalypse is coming to town! Etnies Skatepark of Lake Forest is partnering with Community in Bowls (CIB) to host its inaugural roller skating competition on June 18, at the Etnies Skatepark. This action-packed, daylong event will feature a variety of competitive skating events and highlight the skill and diversity within the roller-skating community.
The event was born out of CIB community input and its desire for more opportunities for quad skaters to participate in competitions. The skatepark, itself, features 62,000 feet of concrete elements, including street and park courses (comprised of various concrete bowls, rails, stairs, boxes, etc.). There will be three levels of competition, and for those who want to sign up registration is $40 and supports the city of Lake Forest’s continuing mission to provide an awesome skatepark experience to the SoCal skate community. All ages are welcome; helmets and knee pads are required (additionally, skaters must sign an Etnies Skatepark waiver to compete).
So, whether you’re interested in joining the fun or showing some support while checking out an exciting event, Rollpocalypse welcomes you.
Rollpocalypse is FREE for spectators and will take place June 18, 2022, at the Etnies Skatepark, 20028 Lake Forest Dr, Lake Forest, CA 92630.
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