RMRG has decided to cancel the 2020 season. In March, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a ban on large group gatherings (banning gatherings of groups of 50 or more people) due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID19). RMRG immediately worked to find a solution for skaters to practice at home, in accordance with the Colorado Safer at Home guidelines, hoping we’d be back on the track soon.
We are now in July, and while the guidelines for large group gatherings are open to up to 50 people, we don’t see see the guidelines relaxing enough to hold games in The Rollerdome. Furthermore, the Colorado Department of Public Health continues to encourage individuals to not engage in contact with people outside of the individual’s home (maintaining a 6 ft distance to help prevent the spread of COVID19). Considering all this, we do not see a way at this point practice a contact sport and host games in 2020.
In order to ensure our practice space for 2021, RMRG and Denver Roller Derby (our practice space mates) have decided to sublease The Rollerdome full time. If you know anyone / business in need of a large space, please review this flyer and call Mark Pyms (contact information included on flyer) to sublease the 12,750 square foot space at 2375 S Delaware St.

Looking for something fun to do in Denver? Come check out one of the fastest growing sports in the world! Flat track roller derby is a full contact sport that combines all of the action from hockey with the speed of racing.