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I AM AUDITIONING - For ROCK 'N' RollerGames/RollerSports Revolution. YES I DO HAVE A BIGGER-THAN-LIFE PERSONALITY - just ask anyone that know's me.

Maybe i was to late and didn't have the right skating skills for Rollerjam and TV, lets see if you can skate with the BIG DOGS when you havn't trained much before getting a try-out! This time around i know i have what is needed, i never stoped getting myself ready for the next anything like this comes around. I am like Rocky Balboa how he comes out of retirement to step into the ring for the last time!

LOOK FOR ATK ON THE TRACK

Some of my new picture's are from the video that i set to David Sams. All new photo's are from March 21, 2008

Roller Derby - Roller Games - Roller Jam

Roller Sports is the future of Banked Track Skating. I am ready to show the world a New TV-game that never should had left!

Passing it on from one generation to the next.

I would like to thank my famliy the Atkinson's. My Father Buddy Atkinson Sr., Bobbie Johnstone Atkinson and my mother Julie Jean Atkinson who holds the title of the youngest Pro Roller Derby skater in the family and on the track, as she skated professionally at the age of fourteen.

Yes, it just would not be roller derby without the ATK on the track with moves such as the "whirlwind!" this blocker brings the fans the maximum offensive excitement possible.

My Grandfather/father - The one who taught me to help others, as well as instilling me with the morals, ethics, and kindness making me the Man I am today. Thanks Atkinson Sr i still hold the strongest memory of you.

Buddy Atkinson Sr. thoughts, insights, training and knowledge were very valuable in helping me become a skater and a Consulting Trainer. Arthur Cory Atkinson-Skating, Coaching, Training, Managing, or Promoting the sport.

Sports are obviously a major force in this country. And as you know it's more than just a game, but a builder of both body and mind. I have dedicated my life not only sharpening those skating skills, but the tools for Derby as well. I'm not quite sure what to make of this whole new Roller Games/Roller Sports idea?

I just hope that the quality put out is superior and good for TV.

ROLLER SPORTS: they need a hero, a leader, somebody who is going to be a role model." Historically, Roller Derby has appealed to so many people and now is the time for HURRICANE KNOCK OUT ATKINSON to make it to TV. It's not just being an USA Roller Sport athlete, it's also being able to speak, and to work well with media. It's being photogenic. Out of 32,000 people every year, there's only one American Idol! And unless you're that one that has charisma the look and the power, that has an emotional connection with human Derby beings, that makes it across the airwaves. The number one thing I look for is a deep, deep desire, and ability to deal with frustration. I can provide some great insight into Derby strategys and play books.

My dream may become a reality. I am ready for any Roller Sports.

ROLLER DERBY-it's the my blood brother! (0000)

In 1999 after coming home from RollerJam training/try-outs Hurricane became an instructor for beginners because of his fun and thoughtful teaching style that he has gotten from his Atkinson Famliy play books Roller Derby Basic Training (JAM&GAME). When I think back to my first practice with the Roller Jammer's, I hadn't skated the banked track for years years, and it did NOT come back easily! Really, I totally sucked-but I stuck with it and play hard ball with the Big Dog's. I got over my embarrassment, and have improved so much from where I started. Skating five times a week or when i have the time from Web-design using my inlines all over "Sunny Southern California beach trails" really helped me become a good skater on any kind of skates.
ARDL 2000 Summer Training: before the game Cory Atkinson, Sean Davidson, Mark Weber, Joe Jonhson, Eric Wright

Animations - burning lineRoller Derby And The Atkinson's if you know Roller Derby then you know who we are. Hurricane's grandparents Buddy & Bobbie Atkinson. Hurricane used roller skates, skate boards and used to ride a big wheel at the Alameda World Training center - at the age of 4 years old. He believes that is way he loves to skate. Animations - atom Arthur Cory Atkinson has been Skating inline & Roller skates for 34+years. He hopes when he is 80 something years old he still can skate, just like Mr. Cry Baby Atkinson Sr.. Hurricanes grandfather.

"Roller Derby"; defined as: U.S. A race between two teams on roller skates: a player scores points for his team by overtaking opposing players after skating completely around the track within a given time limit. Another member of The Famous"Atkinson" skating family desires to follow in the footsteps of his Grandparents, Mother, Uncle, Aunt, and cousin. If Roller Derby, Roller Games, Roller Sports, or any kind of DERBY i will be there for the TV. "The Hurricane"as he has succumbed into Roller Derby in 1996 in Hayward ,Ca to skate his first game with the New York Demons. Hurricane has skated for teams like Orlando Thunder, New York Demons, The San Francisco's Bay Bomber's. Tim Patten, owner of San Francisco's Bay City Bombers, the oldest and perhaps most recognizable team in the country.

Roller Derby Hurricane
The entire "Atkinson Family", especially his Grandparents and Mother. Hurricane's grandparents are both in the Roller Derby Hall of Fame. His mother Julie Jean Atkinson was the youngest Pro Roller Derby skater in the family and on the track, as she skated professionally at the age of fourteen. In all, there has been a grand total of TEN members of the family who have skated in the Roller Derby This includes uncles, aunts, and cousin Sean Atkinson.

Name: Arthur Cory Atkinson Professional Name: Cory "Hurricane" Atkinson Live in the San Diego Area Height…5'8" Weight… 170 Eyes… Brown Hair… Brown Age…37 When did you start skating … At 10 months of age Who influenced you the most…The entire "Atkinson Family", especially my Grandparents and Mother. My grandparents are both in the Roller Derby Hall of Fame. My mother was the youngest Roller Derby skater in the family, as she skated professionally at the age of fourteen. In all, there has been a grand total of TEN members of the family who have skated in the Roller Derby. This includes uncles, aunts, and cousins. How has the derby changed your life… That's a hard one, since I was born into it, it's hard to imagine life without it. I guess it's being able to travel and meet interesting people from all over our country and the world. What is so special about this sport to you… Carrying on in the family tradition. Since derby began in 1936 there has always been a member of My family involved in either skating, coaching, training, managing, or promoting the sport. Other sports and hobbies…Inline skating, kayaking, swimming, working out and anything that has to do with in Baja Mexico. (Love the fun in the sun)! Playing studio guitar in my own band "The Virus Project", and mostly alternative music. Also, have always enjoyed skateboarding, have even had fun with a skateboard on the Banked track. Enjoy watching Extreme Sporting Events. Not only is graphics a hobby but I am making good money as a career. Favorite Foods…Sushi, Mexican, Italian, and Chinese. I like to prepare them also, and consider myself a (quasi) gourmet cook. What would make you the most happy in life… Being able to travel Internationally with the derby. I would also like to see the derby become an Olympic event. Describe a typical day of training for you… Use my Juiceman to begin the day with energy. Then, stretching exercises and some weight lifting. I try and skate at least 8 miles or more per day. And, end the day swimming and relaxing in a hot tub. What are the most important things you train most… Skating in a pace to build endurance. Jumping objects and then practice falling.

Who and what are your fans like… The younger generation, and mostly females, as I guess they think I'm kind of sexy. I enjoy the fans and like to hear their point of view after a game, as to why I did or did not do something. I believe the fans and their feedback is really important to the game.

Your best moves your known for… Side stepping an opponent, by doing so they sometimes wind up flying over a rail.

What was your worst injury… Been very lucky so far, only strained some back muscles. The worst is having blisters on my feet; New Skates SUCK!!! I've had to cut holes in my skating boots to relieve the pressure off of them.

Where have you skated…Mostly Rollerderby in California/Florida so far, Skating for fun in Portland Oregon, New York City, Napa Vally, San Francisco, Palm Springs, Texa, Cabo Mexico.

What comments or remarks do you get from friends or others when they find out you skate for the derby… They think of me as a Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde type person. They find it hard to believe I can be so rough and aggressive when I skate, and then such a gentlemen off the track.

In your opinion what are your thoughts about women being in the derby… Never really thought about it growing up with a Mother, Grandmother, and Aunt who all skated derby. Women skate the game just as well as the men. In fact, I love to watch some of their moves as they can make those moves look so effortless and graceful. ROCK ON ROLLER GIRLS The women can be just as aggressive as the men, there are quite a few of the Gals I would not care to take a block from, as they can hit pretty darn hard too! What is your greatest regret… That I wasn't born earlier to see some of the Derby greats and Hall of Famers skate in person.

What is your most marked characteristic… Being calm and cool and then turning into a "HURRICANE KNOCK OUT ATKINSON", then all hell breaks loose! What is your personal motto… GO FOR IT! How do you stay motivated or focused… It is easy when you are doing something you love. Also, it helps to have my grandfather egging me on. What is your most memorable moment…
That would have to be my very first game, when I scored what we call a grand slam, by passing all of the opponents on the other team.

What would you been doing if you couldn't be skating…
Computer graphics, and multimedia designing cool web-sites.
I really enjoy my "MAC" computer.

Describe yourself (attitude, personality)…
Energetic, a good listener, off the track a level headed person.

I am looking forward an interesting Roller Sports future.

Describe yourself (likes, dislikes, strengths)…
I like being active and enjoy traveling, enjoy meeting people. Hate phony people and cold weather. I have been told I am very tenacious and never give up. I start the day with the Juiceman to begin the day with energy. Then, stretching exercises and some weight lifting. I skate at least 8 miles or more per day on inlines. And, end the day swimming and relaxing in the swiming pool and hot tub.

Hurricane's opinion and thoughts about women being in the derby I never really thought about it growing up with a Mother, Grandmother, and Aunt who all skated derby. Women skate the game just as well as the men. In fact, i love to watch some of their moves as they can make those moves look so effortless and graceful. The women can be just as aggressive as the men, there are quite a few of the Gals I would not care to take a block from, as they can hit pretty darn hard too!




Training the stars of tomarrow!!!! By: Leadjammer.com 101jamskater@att.net Hurricane can be found in Oceanside,CA training the young star's of tomorrow on Sunday mornings 8:00am-11:00am. Come on down to Oceanside, CA lets get you to have some skating accomplishment's The trick is to get 'em into skating when they're young Teaching the Kids to Inline and Quad Skate is great fun. No coach/trainer should have a favorite skater. Each lesson brings a different kind of joy and sense of accomplishment to all involved. But, I do have a type of skating lesson that is the most fun, usually for everyone within hearing distance of the lesson...lol Working with young skaters between the ages of six and fourteen is a wonderful experience for anyone who loves to laugh and likes a good challenge. What are the benefits of teaching skating to the young? Many young skaters learn faster because their minds are free of preconceived notions. Little skaters are very close to the ground and usually fall safely without a lot of training. Young skaters have no fear. Pre-school skaters are less likely to challenge adults and do not have high expectations. What are the challenges and requirements involved in teaching young children to skate? Young skaters need to be trained in small digestable lessons. Their attention span may be short, but their brains are fertile. Be prepared to answer a lot of questions. Give small children a real skating lesson, and use real skating language. Most three-to-six year olds will let you know if they don't understand. You will need to learn how to herd your skaters into a group. Once a few are allowed to wander off, the class will deteriorate quickly. Be prepared to direct part of the lesson to parents and guardians. Once they understand what is being taught and why, they will be a great help. Make sure to have a use for every skating technique taught in the form of a game or activity at the end of class. A small reward (like a certificate or badge) for each child's long-term skating accomplishments will make the whole family happy. Once you've decided to enjoy the lessons, it will be fun for the children and the families as well as for the instructor. Come on down to Oceanside, lets get you to have some skating accomplishment's
ATKINSON-SKATING TIPS Skating Tips For Dummies. Buddy Atkinson Sr/Buddy Atkinson Jr.. thoughts, insights, and knowledge were invaluable in helping me write this ning web-site article. Returning to skating. Sure seems once you quite, you don't miss it until you skate again, then you wonder why you ever quit, right? If you want to get better, have smoother technique, and improve as a skater, you're going to have to practice, and lots of it. All those amazing skaters you see out and about probably also started out skating feeling wobbly and not able to do much other than just stand up. The difference is that they've put in thousands and thousands of hours working tirelessly on their drills and skills. TRAINING OUTLINE OBJECTIVES The below is © Property of Buddy Atkinson Jr. & Family 1- HELP ESTABLISH TRAINING PROCEDURES. 2- WORK WITH AND INSTRUCT CURRENT PLAYERS.
3- ASSIST IN EVALUATING THE POTENTIAL OF THESE

TRAINING IN A GROUP OUTLINES

Pacing (10, 15, 30 minute) 3, 5, 7 stride, add 5 laps at end. Pacing with breakaways, 4 man pull away. Double pace and quad pace.

Pack pull-a-ways.
Pursuit racing with push offs or whips.
Whipping- regular, spins, inside, false, reverse.
Push offs, change overs, Railwork- spin-offs, falls, over and ins. Blocking technique- step, shoulder, body, arm, where to go. Leg, knee and cross blocks.

Jam blocking, rotation, late chase. Pack blocking, rear work, block outs. Pack movement, regulating, rotations.


Training Class Outlines and Program Development

This will produce a well rounded core for the basic training program, and should be done daily to fit the needs of the trainee. Each program you develop should have as many variations as possible to insure that the trainee acquires all the needed skills, abilities and experiences that will be needed to shorten the time period it will take for them to skate as a professional banked track skater.

All the items on the list must be taught and their individual techniques during this accelerated training program.


EVERYTHING: in this program is applicable to any style game that is skated on a banked track.

Trainers will point out and correct skating errors in group training, and in a one-on- one special class program. This is when 5 to 8 skaters, at a time, are selected to work on specific weaknesses.

TRAINING:
The one item that must selected for each class skated is the pace and can be integrated with pull-a-ways, fast breaks, blocking at the rear, whipping, up and down, railwork, etc.

TEACH A BEGINNER TO SKATE THE BANKED ROLLER DERBY STYLE TRACK

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Defined the "sweet spot" on the track.

THE ONLY SWEET SPOT I'VE EVER HEARD TALKED ABOUT WAS IN REFERENCE TO THE BEST PLACE TO FALL ON A TRACK, THAT SPOT GIVES OR FLEXES AND MAKES A SOFTER LANDING OR FALL.


AS FAR AS SKATING A BANKED TRACK PROPERLY, THAT WOULD REFER TO "THE GROVE" WE WE'RE ALL TOLD, "TO SKATE HIGH ON THE STRAIGHTAWAYS INTO THE BANKED CURVE AND AT A CERTAIN OPTIMUM POINT YOU COME DOWN, THROUGH THE CURVE, AND THEN AIM UP TO THE RAIL AGAIN".


TO DEFINE THOSE INSTRUCTIONS A BIT MORE I'D LIKE TO ADD WHAT I'VE FOUND TO WORK IN CONJUNTION WITH THEM.


High on the straight-a-ways, MEANS ON THE WHITE LINE WITH YOUR RIGHT SKATE UNTIL YOU REACH THE SECOND UPRIGHT OF THE FIRST TURN PIECE.


THAT'S WHAT I CALL THE KICKER, WHICH IS THE SPOT THAT YOU LEAN AND STEP LEFT (KNEES BENT SLIGHT LEFT SHOULDER DROP BUT KEEP YOUR SHOULDERS SQUARED TO THE TURN) INTO THE TURN AND DRAW THE RIGHT SKATE UPTO THE LEFT JUST AS YOU HIT THE BOTTOM (CENTER) OF THE TURN.


YOU ARE NOW SET UP FOR YOUR STRIDE THAT WILL BE A RIGHT SKATE TWO TO THREE FOOT SIDE-PUSH (OR GLIDE STEP, STILL LEANING ON THE LEFT SO YOU DON'T ROCK). NOW YOU START YOUR FIRST OF TWO CROSS OVERS (RIGHT SKATE OVER LEFT IN THE LAST HALF OF THE TURN) WHILE YOU MENTALLY AIM YOUR LEFT UPTO A SPOT ON THE KICKRAIL THAT WILL ALLOW YOUR LAST RIGHT SKATE CROSS OVER STEP TO FINISH ON THE TOP OF THE STRAIGHT A WAY (WHITE LINE).

AS FOR OPTIMAL SPEED YOU'LL KNOW WHAT THAT IS AFTER A LOT OF PRACTICE AND TRAINING USING THIS 5 STRIDE.

JAM & GAME "REMINDERS"

GET THE PACK TOGETHER FAST.

REGULATE PACK SPEED.

HELP THE JAMMERS OUT WITH WHIPS & BLOCKS.

JAMMERS EXPLODE OUT OF THE PACK.

REMEMBER WHEN & WHY TO CHASE.

KNOW WHO SHOULD CONTROL THE FRONT.

MAKE PACK ACTION, DO WHAT IS LOGICAL.

KNOW WHERE THE JAMMERS ARE AND WHAT TO DO.

CONTROL PACK SPEED TO FIT THE PLAY AT THE REAR.

GOOD BLOCKS MAKE GOOD REACTIONS. (JAM & PACK)

REMEMBER THE CUT OFF STOPS THE PLAY.

PENILTIES WILL STOP THE GAME.

NO HANDS, NO STRAIGHT ARMS = NO PENILITIES

HARD, FAST AND BASIC GOOD SKATING SELLS.

ALWAYS SAVE THE DEAL.



THE TRACK, RULES

KNOW WHERE YOUR AT, AND EVERYONE ELSE

EVERYONE HAS A JOB, EVERY JOB IS IMPORTANT

MISTAKES ARE MADE, RECOVERY WILL SAVE

CONTACT EQUALS EXCITMENT, CONTACT SELLS

BLOCKING MAKES M OTION - MOTION IS ACTION

BACK UP THE TEAM, THE TEAM WILL BACK YOU

BE IN SHAPE, STAY OUT OF TROUBLE

WORK THE PLAY, PLAY THE WORK

CONTACT = KNOCK DOWNS

TRACK TIME IS SHOW TIME

BUILD IT DONT BLOW IT

BLOOD AND THUNDER

KNOW THE RULES

WORK THE PACK

DONT BE A MOP




OFF SEASON TRAINING

I recommend that you combine any kind of skating with strength training exercises with weights such as leg extensions, leg presses and calf raises to name a few. This will ensure that your muscles and bones remain strong and it helps to prevent any possible injuries from occurring.

Before you begin skating for the day, you may want to do a little bit of light stretching particularly focusing on your thighs and hamstrings. Right now there is debate over whether or not to stretch before exercising. I believe you should do what feels best for you. Also, the first few minutes should be done at a slower pace as a warm up for your muscles.

I find that roller skating is extremely safe once you get proficient at it. Rarely will you fall by yourself. If you do, it's usually a result of your surroundings like slipping on some foreign liquids.

To prevent injuries and scrapes, you may wish to purchase elbow, wrist and knee pads plus a helmet.

To me this is the joy and beauty of skating, it's a never-ending challenge that means there's always something new to get better at and improve yourself. Make sure you don't get bored or practice so much that you hate it as that's a sure way to leave skating. I find it great fun to do all kinds of different stuff.

My main skating fun is training and speed skating the streets, but every now and then I have a huge bunch of fun doing other stuff, such as playing inline hockey, going for a mad street skate, roller disco/Jam skating, or maybe trying a new freestyle trick.

It's all great fun, and it all helps improve your skating.
Relax and enjoy the art of skating! Nervous and worried skaters tend to tense up and skate very stiffly.

This will slow your progress and lessen the freedom of movement that this sport can offer.
Bend/Soften your knees just a little
Stand with your skates in a slight V position (i.e. heels closer together than toes), and lift your legs one at a time slightly off the ground progressing forward ... now you should be skating ! Skating is achieved by lifting your legs and pushing (eventually) not by sliding.

The heaviest single part off your body is yourhead, and your upper torso can also carry a reasonable weight. For maximum balance keep as much of your weight over your skates as you can to give the most amount of downward pressure. Don't through your arms around, as the weight of your arms changing direction can destabilize your balance.

Try to keep them relaxed and in a constant position preferably by you side.

Maintance On The Skates
As far as maintance on the skates? See how the wheels spin. If they roll fine, then leave them alone.

If the bearing make a slight grinding noise you may want to take them somewhere to be cleaned. If the wheels make no noice but rolls a little slow, just give each bearing a couple drops of light weight oil. Keep in mind there are 2 bearings in each wheel.

Then check the nut on each wheel to make sure they are secure.

The quality of the bearing will determine how well they roll. If they don't grind and you have put oil in them and they still seem slow, don't worry....it's just a lower grade of bearing and you will have to push a little harder or upgrade to a better bearing.

Bone Swiss Ceramics are the fastest bearing you can buy. $220.00

The only other thing I would suggest you check are the cushions. They are usually black or white and made of rubber. Turn your skate over and you will see them above the wheels. Make sure they are not dried out or cracked. You should be able to feel a slight give if you push your finger nail into them. If they are dried out, then have them replaced or they could fall apart and you could get hurt when you skate on them.

Besides that........there's not much maintance other than the normal clean up for appearance sake.

Skating Tips:

You will notice that your center of gravity has changed after being off skates. Not to worry, your balance will come back with a little practice.

Take it slow and make sure you have good posture. Do no look down to monitor your feet.

Balance is #1.
Get in the practice of pushing by: Feet together, bend then push. Always bring the pushing foot back so it's next to the other skate then.........feet together, bend and push again.

As you change feet pushing remember to transfer you weight from one foot to the other by changing your lean. If you are on your righ foot and pushing with you left....lean to the right. If you are on your left foot and pushing with your right.....lean to the left.
Contact: Arthur if you would like to find out more imang3@gmail.com
Coaching,Training, Managing, or promoting the sportCarrying on in the family tradition. Since derby began in 1936 there has always been a legendary member of The Atkinson family involved in either skating, coaching, training, managing, or promoting the sport. Hurricane is a skater for the Firebirds and has been promoting the LA-San Diego in Cali. www.Firebirds-rollerderby.com ARSD-TRYOUTS FOR THE ARSD If you are a skater and looking for a part time job, well this is the place for you. The entire American Roller Skating Derby League holds true to its American Roller Sports roots where anyone that works hard can become a success and huge derby star! Are ready to give a dose of reality, with some legit violence thrown into the mix? TRAINING SOME NEW ROLLER GIRLS IN 2007-08 I was the trainer and helped out here and there for the SDFH Roller Derby in Palm Springs all girl flat track Roller Derby. I got used, but it was fun being the head coach and trainer of the new Sizzling Dolls From Hell. They have called on Dec 21, 2007 to ask for more training, so i do this four times a week. Here is the site click here to see my girls NOTE: i designed the site for Laura Hyzer, AKA Cherry Bomb, president and founder. NOTE: she is not the Laura Hyzer from Roller Jam TV show.



You go flat track girls Hurricane likes being active and enjoy's traveling, enjoy's meeting people. Hate's phony people and cold weather. Hurricane has been told that he is very tenacious and never gives up. When Hurricanes mother bought him his first pair of walking shoes, his grandparents converted the shoes into skates by cutting them down and resizing a plate and mounting wheels on the shoes FOR THE COOL SKATE'S of the day.

Even before then he was used to the banked track, as his mom would carry him around the track to lull his to sleep when he was olny 6 weeks old. His mother Juile Jean Atkinson, holds the title of the youngest Roller skater, she skated her first professional Roller Derby game at age 14. Hurricane grew up watching all the great Derby stars who trained at his grandparents renowed "Roller Derby " training school in Alameda North Cali. During warm -ups and before scrimmage games the skaters put him on their shoulders or gave him piggy-back rides around the track.

"HURRICANE" Atkinson (0000) Yes, it just would not be roller derby without the ATK on the track with new moves such as the "whirlwind!" this blocker brings the fans the maximum offensive excitement possible.



I've been discussing good Protective body armor of the the future with my mother and a quite number of friends lately, so I figured I'd post something about my designs for the future . If you're out riding your favorite ATV motorcycle or skating on the banked track and or skating down hill and technical getting your a** kicked and descending hard sooner or later you'll see the value of good Body Armor. I've lent my armor to a bunch of friends "The Sizzling Doll From Hell" (Girls flat track palm springs), and every time everyone always asks which make/model it is since it's super easy to put-on, take-of, without removing your skates, which I think is key since then you're much more likely to take the time to put it on.

One other thing that I look for in a pad is hard plastic for your Knees and Elbows, and made on the outside of product. The plastics are better when you do hit Hard compared to fabric covered pads like BIKE - are what the Roller Derby skaters of 40's,50's, 60's, 70, 80's used.(Crash Pads are the future of upper and lower body armor) protection for hip, tailbone, legs, butt and back.

Crash Pads have came a long way in the last 12 years. Crash Pads protective body armor are used by really extreme athlete enthusiast of all levels and types. Family owned and operated in the beautiful Oregon coast range, Crash Pads works hard to insure you are well protected while keeping the products highly functional, restriction free and comfortable.

Ever fall and whack your tailbone skating? Crash pads has the answer - try the body pad shorts under your Roller Derby uniform and fear not the Banked track (don't forget your helmet, though)..lol Your local shop can probably order them, and if not, they are available through crash-pads website.

NOTE: This is a concept design of what i would like to see in protective body armor. Crash Pads with a new take on pad-jerseys. color and more plastic on the out side of protective pad-jerseys body armor. What Crash Pads makes right now is great, but let's use it as built into a uniform. Hummmmmmmmmm?

Full upper and lower body armor. Crash Pads Style 1200 Lower Body Armor - Underliners Crash Pads Style 6000 Upper Body Armor - Underliners You can get the old style here http://crash-pads.com

Bring new designs into RollerSports Banked Track skating: New custom designed jersey's with built in pads, stain proof fabric and made with Kevlar or Twaron that will last a life time.Hummmmmmmmmm?

I've been off road Motorcycle riding/racing over half my life. Motorcycle Apparel is Awesome looking with killer lines and designs, ready for any sport that needs protective style. Motorcycle jersey's are cool looking and can be made to any design, rest assured you are protected as well as looking cool.

If i was the one starting a new kind of Roller Sports i would have a Future look to my jerseys and uniforms, and made by the best protective body apparel on the Internet. That's my take on the best protective body apparel.




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At 7:39pm on April 24th, 2008, steve baxley said…
if anyone can help out, some one tell me how to change my avitar ???
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At 1:41pm on April 24th, 2008, Dave Martinez said…
Good to hear from u. I don't get on these sites very often, but I'm going to make time. I need to figure out how to doll up my page. Got any ideas????
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At 11:24am on April 24th, 2008, CRYBABY said…
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At 9:48am on April 24th, 2008, RubyROX said…
Hi, That was my 2nd game on a banked track I skated in Lali's Vegas Bring it On Tournament. But it was my first time with an audience. It was super fun and I would love to do it again!
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At 2:34pm on April 23rd, 2008, DavidSams said…
Thanks for the new banner! Just added it.

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At 11:11am on April 23rd, 2008, Arthur Cory Atkinson said…
That's Awesome. but like i said i can not find anymore youtube videos. Do you think you can link me?


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At 8:24am on April 23rd, 2008, Brian The Blade Gamble said…
ya bro, there is me vs. Raven from Spike TV on TNA Impact.
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Ummm, I don't know how to get a hold of THEM, but they have my email address so I'm just waiting till they send some to me. I'm sure they will be circulating soon.
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At 8:06pm on April 21st, 2008, Father James said…
I meant the R3's
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At 8:04pm on April 21st, 2008, Father James said…
Hey Arthur thank you for the news. Let me know what you think of the reidels. What good wheels should I have for on track.. and wheels for on street.
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Be sure to visit the LA T-Birds Official website at LATBirds.com today! While there, you can buy the latest in T-Bird merchandise! You can also check out more legendary TBird photos HERE.


Hundreds of Rare Photos!

INSIDE! Check out the Roller Legends Photos! Now, in our PHOTOS section!


ROLLER SPORTS NEWS ONLINE 24/7!

Get the latest news on Roller Sports around the globe around-the-clock at RollerStars.com You'll find the latest photos, videos, blogs, articles, and links.

Coming Soon!!

"Whip It" is Drew Barrymore's upcoming directorial debut, due to begin production soon. It's about a girl who discovers herself through the world of Roller Derby! The screenplay is based on the novel "Derby Girl" by Shauna Cross. Yes, big things are happening in the world of Roller Derby!

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