The South Coast Roll is a small wheel event to be held at Castle Combe Circuit in Wiltshire
It is a simple format, just a great track to skate on, with some like-minded people. Come along, skate as much or as little as you like, stop for a break if you want, maybe even arrange a group picnic half way round the track with the rest of your friends. If the sun shines it will be a fantastic day, if it rains, who cares, it’s only water, so we get a bit wet.
Tickets are available a few months before the event, and will be on sale until 1 weeks before we go live. Tickets will also be available on the day , but please note that online tickets are cheaper than tickets bought on the day.. Please support this event by buying your tickets early as we have to pay the Castle Combe track fee and insurance up front. Thankyou.
Spectators are welcome to come and watch free of charge. Please note that Castle Combe Circuit have a ‘NO DOGS ON SITE’ policy. This will be relaxed a little for our event as it is non-motorised, but dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and please clear up after them.
We welcome all types of skates, quad, inline, skateboards, longboards, scooters, heelys, land skis, wheelchairs, infact, anything with wheels, as long as it isn’t motor powered or pedalled. We are sorry but we cannot accept bikes. The management reserve the right to refuse access to skaters using unsafe or unsuitable equipment.
We recommend the use of protective equipment such as helmets, knee, elbow and wrist guards. Whilst we don’t make this obligatory, the track is tarmac, and it will hurt if you fall on it.
Please be aware that all skating is carried out at the skaters own risk, the management will not accept responsibility for injuries incurred during the event, however caused. A medical team will be available on the day if required.
The circuit is approximately 1.8 miles long, smooth tarmac with no pot holes, roadworks, pebbles or pavements, so perfect for skating on. It is generally flat, with some slight slopes, and is suitable for all ages. Complete beginners to expert skaters are all welcome.
If you want to push yourself a little further, then 15 laps of the track will be a full marathon, and if you have an Iphone or similar modern smart phone with a GPS function, you can download an app that will track your performance. You can then publish this information up to Facebook or twitter if you like.
The best way to keep up to date with latest situation is to keep an eye on our Facebook page. We post updates on here whenever we have them, and since this is the easiest way for us to keep everyone updated, this will be the first place we will post to. You can also contact us from here.
May the sun shine on the day, and the rain clouds stay away