Photo by Jun Whang
Photo by Jun Whang

Inline Club of Boston

Skate with us every Sunday morning and Tuesday evening.

Tired of skating by yourself?

We have regular weekly skates on Sunday morning and Tuesday evening, as well as other special events throughout the year. Our scheduled skates run from the April 1 to November 1, weather permitting. All skating announcements are posted to our mailing list, including changes or cancellations due to weather.

Have questions about ICB?

If you’re thinking about joining us for a skate, have questions about skating in Boston, or just have questions about skating in general, you can post a message to the ICB mailing list or our Facebook group. Our mailing list is informal, so don’t hesitate to ask questions there.

If you have a specific question about ICB membership, email us at

About Us

The Inline Club of Boston (more fondly known as the ICB) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1992. It consists of dedicated skaters who have a wide variety of professions, skating abilities, and skating goals.

The mission of the ICB is to promote and support the sport we love, inline skating (or rollerblading, roller skating, or whatever else you want to call it). With a dedicated core of volunteers and an energetic membership, the ICB teaches people about inline skating, how to do it safely, and, most important, how to have fun. The ICB also provides its members with opportunities to skate together, participate on TeamICB and represents the interests of skaters in community affairs in the Greater Boston area while encouraging and promoting the sport of inline skating.

Rail trail tomorrow morning... Minuteman or nashua... Any takers?? ... See MoreSee Less

17 hours ago

Help out the Derby Dames - -- they are looking for space!

•Approximately 9,600’ sf clear span, level surface (120x80’)
•Additional suitable floor space for practice drills
•Permitted, safe & accessible for daytime & evening events

•In the city of
•Secure parking & storage available
•Internet access for live game streaming
•Ability for vendors & league to sell souvenirs & concessions.

•50-120 person capacity for practices
-Prefer 50-500 person capacities for private & small games
•Weeknight and full weekend availability
•Flat monthly rate for dedicated occupancy

•Diversity of spaces desired – we’d like to play in several places.
-Tournaments’ capacity 1,500-3,000 [15-30,000 sf]
-Doubleheader & home season games’ capacity 900-1,500 [12-15,000 sf]
-Special semi-public / invitational games’ capacity 300-500 [9,600-12,000 sf]
•Prefer to work with event mgmt or recommended event contractors.

•100’ x 60’ playing surface, 120x80’ with in & outside safety lanes.
•May have columns in practice venue a minimum of 5’ from game track, 10’ in public venue, but clear-span 120’ x 80’ area preferred.
•Track boundary lines must be taped or painted on floor surface.
•Acceptable surfaces include concrete and hardwood.
•Preferred surface would be specifically engineered for full contact skating sports, like sport court.
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1 day ago

Hub on Wheels this Sunday (Storrow drive closed not too long for the bike ride), sadly I can't find a reference to participating as a skater.
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2 days ago

The Bont Pentagram of Power at the outset of yesterday's roll in Littleton. Brisk air, red leafs, apple-picking and lengthening shadows carry our thoughts to Athens. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Hi, we will be in Boston next saturday for only a day and we are looking for a good inline skate store that sells Mathers wheels and speed skates, do you know of any other than your sponsors ( we will get there of course) ? Thank's in advance...
BTW, we are currently in RI for two weeks, riding everyday from 10 to 40 miles a day and having fun :-)
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5 days ago

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