A Halloween-themed roller skate event is coming to VancouverCuriocity Vancouver
Roller skating is one of those nostalgia-filled activities that never gets old. So, hearing about a Halloween-themed roller skate event coming to Vancouver is music to our ears! Especially because chances like this are few and far between already. Who do we have to thank? Rolla Skate Club!
La Danse Sur Patins A Roulettes Fait Son Retour A VancouverRadio Canada
L'émergence de vidéo sur les médias sociaux a créé un engouement pour la danse sur patins à roulettes. Les ventes de patins ont « explosé » durant la pandémie, selon la fondatrice du Rolla Skate Club de Vancouver, Carla Smith. Des patineuses nous parlent de cette danse qui semble simple, mais qui est plutôt difficile à maîtriser.
Has Roller-Skating Ever Truly Gone Out Of Fashion?Global News
Some may think roller skating had its heyday in the last century. But others believe the pastime never lost its popularity, just getting a further boost during the pandemic. Jay Durant reports.
CTV Morning Live: Summer Fun On Eight WheelsCTV News Morning Live
The pandemic has led to a roller skating revival. We join Krissy Van at Sunset Beach where she is joined local entrepreneurs who are working hard to keep up with demands.
Yes, Roller Skating Is Back In Vancouver. Here’s Why.Vancouver Magazine
I’m not the only one with this newfound obsession: like baking bread and adopting dogs, roller skating has experienced a COVID-related boost in popularity. In Vancouver, the evidence is everywhere: gliding along the seawall, practicing in parking lots, carving bowls in skate parks. [...] Carla Smith, co-founder of Rolla Skate Club, theorizes that it’s an effective outlet for pandemic pressure. “People need a release, they need something to charge their batteries. They want to get outside and learn new things,” she says.
Roller Skating in Vancouver: Everything You Need To Know About The Pandemic’s Hottest TrendThe Georgia Straight
The hottest fads of 2020 seemed to revolve around throwback trends and simple pleasures: going to the drive-in, taking up a new instrument, picnics in the park, baking, and walks around the neighbourhood to keep you from going insane. But no trend was quite as cool as taking up the ultra-retro, athletically-challenging pursuit of roller skating. Thousands of wobbly beginners took to their driveways and cul-de-sacs to take part in the sport, and we wanted to know why.
LuluDemon On Obsessions Of A Roller SkaterObsessions of a Roller Skater Podcast
We talk to one of the co-founders of Rolla Skate Club, Lucy Croysdill (Lulu Demon, and learn all about how they are building a community of bad-ass women on wheels!
The Best Roller Skate Accessories For Spring And SummerSpa And Beauty Today
Whether you’ve picked up roller skating as a hobby during the pandemic or have loved it for years, now is the perfect time for practicing; the weather is getting warmer and rinks are even starting to open back up. Roller skating is great exercise, an entertaining activity, and so much fun to accessorize!
How Having The Right Co-Founder Can Help Rocket Your Business ForwardWe Wild Women Podcast
My next guests are creating a global movement to empower women. And they’re using roller skates to do it. They want women to be as powerful in their life, community, and business as they are on their roller skates. They want women to find the beauty in what their body can do and how it feels, not what it looks like, and use that to strengthen each other.
“How this Rollerskating Duo Thrived Online in 2020” (YouTube feature)Thinkific.com
Rolla Skate Club is creating a global movement to empower women. And they're using roller skates to do it. Carla & Lucy want women to be as powerful in their life, community and business as they are on their roller skates. As instructors that taught in class, they had to completely shift their business strategy when things took at turn in 2020. Here they're story on how they continued to bring joy to people's lives using online courses.