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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.

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.

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Welcome to Skate Boston!

Group-up is 30 minutes before each schedule skate or event. Most of our skates will begin at Statler Park, a tiny patch of grass just outside the entrance of the Boston Park Plaza. Please read details for each skate.
If you get lost, you can see live tracking of each skate here.


7:30 PM - "THuROsDay Night Skate" led by Nevo
Our first skate starts at the Hatch Shell - four blocks from Boston Park Plaza - where our weekly Tuesday Night Skates depart. Join local skaters for a taste of our Boston Tuesday Night Skate. We'll stop for a special reception at THuROShop, the ultimate skate shop on the east coast. You'll get treats, discounts, stickers and expert advice. Official water stop. If you shop, we'll arrange for delivery of your treasures back to the hotel.
12.04 miles.


9:00 AM - 4:00 PM - "Skate IA Camp Skills Clinic" led by Trish and Sonic
Special Price: $50 whole day of instruction (value $85) - 142 Memorial Way in Cambridge
Register here.

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM - Registration, waivers, wristbands, goodies, and t-shirts in the Park Plaza lobby

7:00 PM - 9:30 PM - "Light up the Night!" led by Mitchell
Leaves from Statler Park, next to the host hotel. See the Boston you will never notice during the day.
15.71 miles.

Late arrivals: The Commonwealth Mall, Commonwealth Ave, anywhere between Hereford St and Dartmouth St at approximately 7:30 (from the hotel: go 3 blocks on St James, then turn right and go 3 blocks on Dartmouth). Even better, don't be a late arrival!

9:45 PM - Dinner at Rock Bottom
One block from the hotel, we'll skate up and take our skates off before going in. We have a reserved room for 50! Please be there on time! Order off the menu, with separate checks. There are vegan and vegetarian options.


8:00 AM - 10:00 AM - Registration, waivers, wristbands, goodies, and t-shirts in the Park Plaza lobby

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM - Rollerblade 10K Race
Start at the Esplanade Playspace. More info.

10:20 AM - 12:45 PM - "Higher Learning" led by Joel
Start at Statler Park. A 12.4 mile tour of a few of Boston's neighborhoods and colleges. See the famous campuses of Boston and the historical sites along the way.

12.46 miles. Recommend bringing shoes or flip flips or lunch attire.
Late arrivals: Meet at Clarendon St and Chandler St at approximately 10:35, 2 miles into the route. Even better, don't be a late arrival!

12:45 - 1:45 - Lunch at Faneul Hall and Quincy Market
All meet up at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market for food and fun.

2:00 - 5:30 - "Street Treats" led by Mark
Skate will leave from the arch at Faneuil Hall and pick up skaters at the hotel at 2:10.
11-13 miles.

7:00 PM - Fire and Ice
Two blocks from the Park Plaza. We have reservations for 50, please be there on time! All you can eat for $25 including tax and tip. Pay per person or per couple at the event. Vegan and vegetarian options available.

10:00 PM - 12:00 AM - "Get Funked Up!"
Chez Vous Roller Rink - bring on the Funk!
Take a Lyft (discount code "Phineas3" good for $25 for first time riders) to the most righteously hip roller rink in Boston - Chez Vous! Special discount for Skate Boston participants when you wear your event wristband.


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM - Registration, waivers, and t-shirts in the Park Plaza lobby

9:30 AM - 12:30 PM - "Parks and Recreation" led by Colleen
See over 20 parks and recreational areas along the Esplanade.
10.56 miles.

Skate will lead to the CambridgeSkateFest where you can stay or skate back to the hotel for checkout at 1:00 PM.

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM - Cambridge SkateFest

2:00 - 3:30 PM - "Innovation Skatecation" led by Michael
Starts at Statler Park. See the Seaport, South Boston and the newest, fastest-growing hot spot - Fort Point.
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