Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Our first bout was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who came and cheered and for all the skaters that came here and competed Methow Valley Grist http://www.methownet.com/grist/newsbriefs/7-9-2012_rollerderby_results.html has an article online and the Omak Chronicle has an article in print for it's July 11th issue. Did you like what you saw? You can do it too!!

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Join us for our first Bout!


as well as Rawsons, North Cascades Athletic Club, Twisp Daily Business
The Carlton General Store, Rocking Horse Bakery and
Noca Coffee House

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Our First Fundraiser! May 8th, 2012 at Twisp Pub. 

The Methow Valley Roller Girls will be hosting our first ever fundraising event on Tuesday, May 8th at the Twisp River Pub. Full pub menu will be available (regular pricing) along with a movie showing, full contact derby games, drawings, and other opportunities to meet some of your local roller girls! There will be a $5 cover charge and festivities begin at 6:00, the movie begins at 7:00. The movie, "Brutal Beauty," is a documentary about Portland's Rose City Rollers. The movie is rated R, so those under 18 will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Friday, April 6, 2012

A Derby intro for the Quad Curious: Fresh Meat Mama

We have a new batch of fresh meat at Methow Valley Roller Girls, and I can't wait to sink my teeth into them. This is for those brave women. By Brass Chuckles.


In the roller derby world, the new-to-the-game girls are known as “fresh meat.” Think the Rocky Balboa verses the slab in the cooler. Yeah...the slab. 

Derby veterans are excessively kind to fresh meat for two reasons: 1) They want more girls in derby, and 2) They can’t wait to beat the hell out of you. 

All vets have a smile that is both sweet and unnerving. To them, you look delicious with your porcelain-soft skin, supple thighs, unmottled shins, and unshredded fishnet tights. To them, the average fresh meat looks like the perfect little doll, scared and curious... Continue Reading