Rent n’ Roll

A Roller Derby Gear Lending and Rental LibraryRentNRoll

Made possible by a grant from The Oregon Community Foundation, the Rose City Rollers are proud to present the world’s first comprehensive derby gear lending and rental library.

This is our story of a derby community coming together to build a program that will transform the lives of countless Portland area young women and girls! Those who would otherwise be sidelined by the financial requirements of playing roller derby will now find themselves in a position to be a part of the game!

Rent n’ Roll is free to use for all youth skaters and Rose City Rollers has scholarships available to cover the additional costs of playing derby.

Are you and adult wanting to try derby but are not ready to make a financial commitment? Check out our Derby 101 program where a single flat fee covers your Rent n’ Roll skates and gear for the duration of the program.

Rose City Rollers have everything you need to get started in the sport!

For more information contact us at: RentnRoll@RoseCityRollers.com

Check here for intake information for youth derby and adult derby.

Not ready to skate, but you want to help us serve the community?

DONATE NOW!

What could your gift do?
$10 provides much needed replacement parts to keep Rent ‘n Roll skates safe
$25 provides a scholarship of a month of dues for a junior skater
$60 provides a scholarship of annual insurance for a junior skater
$100 covers the travel cost of a junior travel team member
$200 contributes the cost of purchasing a new set of skates and gear for Rent ‘n Roll
$300 provides a scholarship of the annual dues for a junior skater

Your contribution helps us keep this program running for all-ages of Portland’s community of women!

Featuring: Riedell Skates, S1 Helmets, and Triple 8 Pads

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The Hanger

 

The Rose City Rollers are Portland, Oregon’s all-female flat track roller derby league.
Our mission is to develop women of attitude, athleticism and passion to play a hard-hitting sport of speed and skill. As pioneers in the rebirth of roller derby, RCR continues to foster its growth. The league’s goals are to serve our community by empowering women and girls, providing entertainment for our fans and supporting charitable causes. (We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, formed in 2004, and a founding member of the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association) . . . and that’s just the beginning.