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.

Saturday August 30 11:00 am
River's Edge Parking Lot
Blackstone River Bikeway
Davison Street, Woonsocket, RI

John Wichers and I invite you to join us. A number of ICBers and friends are planning to skate (or bike) the Blackstone River BIkeway on Saturday. The path is 11 scenic miles in each direction and (except for a small hill at the beginning, is virtually flat the whole way). Please consider joining us. We will skate Southeast to the end of the path, have a quick snack at the Colonial Bakery (185 Broad Street in Cumberland), and then skate back. Post-skate, we will likely go for lunch at Chelos (490 Clinton St in Woonsocket). Saturday is expected to be sunny and in the upper 70s.

Driving time from Boston is about 50 minutes.
I-95 South toward Providence 20.7 miles
Exit 4 I-295 South toward Woonsocket, Warwick 9.2 miles
Exit 9B toward Woonsocket, Rte 146. 0.6 miles
Merge onto Rte 99 North Woonsocket Industrial Highway toward Woonsocket Rte 122.
Continue to end of Rte 99, then left onto Mendon Road
At a fork and set of lights, keep left on Cumberland Hill Rd.
At the next set of lights, take a left onto Hamlet Avenue.
After crossing a bridge, take the first left onto Davison Street Turn left into River’s Edge Recreational parking
River's Edge Parking Area Woonsocket RI

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