We are proud to present the Montreal Cup:

Solo Inline in partnership with LowLife organizes a big urban celebration for skating. This celebration will take place across the city of Montreal, in Canada and internationally, with competitions on skatepark modules and initiation activities in certain disciplines. Several international athletes are expected.

There will be something for everyone :

  • Thrill seekers will be delighted to participate or watch competitions on skatepark modules;
  • The curious ones will be able to learn about the sport or certain lesser known but very popular disciplines (disco roller skating, light parade, etc.);

We are preparing a program covering the whole weekend of August 12-14, with competitions for all age and ability categories, demonstrations of the different disciplines of our sport (roller dance, derby, aggressive, Wizard, even circus!) and a lot of fun in perspective.

The Montreal Cup will be the largest skating event in Canada in 2022 and a great opportunity for visibility for our sport. We obtained a grant from the City of Montreal to build a course (skatepark) on Promenade Ontario, between Darling and Davidson specifically for the event. Our event is part of a summer program of more than 150 events that will take place throughout the summer, making Hochelaga one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Montreal this summer!


We are waiting for you at the Montreal Cup on August 12, 13 and 14. On the menu: 

  • Friday August 12: 
    • 5-7 p.m.: Registration of participants on site + Box session
    • 8 p.m.: Wizard Skating Demo
    • 9-11 p.m.: Luminous stroll through the streets of Montreal. Bring your skates and lights!
  • Saturday August 13:
    • 10-11 a.m.: Workshop with Kid Ace (roller skate coach)
    • 11h: participants warm up
    • 12 p.m.-7 p.m.: Competitions
      • 12:30 p.m.: Inline 18 and under - warm up & qualifications
      • 1 p.m.: Quad beginners/intermediate - warm up & qualifications
      • 2:30 p.m.: Inline open - warm up & qualifications
      • 4 p.m.: Inline 18 and under - warm up & final
      • 4:30 p.m.: Quad beginners/intermediate - warm up & final
      • 5:30 p.m.: Inline open - warm up & final
    • 18h30: Wizard open session
    • 7:30 p.m. Announcement of the podium of the day
    • 20h30: Party!
  • Sunday August 14:
    • 10-11 a.m.: Workshop with Kid Ace (roller skate coach)
    • 11h: participants warm up
    • 12 p.m.-5 p.m.: Competitions
      • 12:30 p.m.: Inline beginners - warm up & qualifications
      • 1:30 p.m.: Quad pro - warm up & qualifications
      • 2:30 p.m.: Inline pro - warm up & qualifications
      • 3:30 p.m.: Inline beginners - warm up & final
      • 4 p.m.: Quad pro - warm up & final
      • 5 p.m.: Inline pro - warm up & final
    • 6 p.m.: Surprise show!
    • 6:30 p.m.: Announcement of the podium of the day
The course:

A 20’ x 100’ course built by professionals from Spinworks and will include the following modules:

  • Bank (inclined plane) 5’ high, 15’ wide with grinder box at one end;
  • Quarter pipe 5' high, 19' wide with center gap and coping for grinder;
  • Central module with several obstacles and a 1992 GMC Sierra!
  • The course can only be used by participants

The categories:
 Junior 18 and under
Beginner 2 years or less of skating experience. You started skating during the pandemic, you are not alone. Come and measure yourself against others who, like you, have started this new sport!
Open Category open to all, all ages and skill levels. The prizes will be offered in products by our sponsors and suppliers;
Pro / Elite Pro / elite: come and measure yourself against the best skaters in Montreal, Canada and perhaps more for a chance to win a $1,000 prize money for first place and the famous Montreal Cup, poutine included!


How to get there? Where to stay?

The course is on the Ontario Parkway, between Darling and Davidson. The closest address to the course is 3350 Ontario East, Montreal.

The closest hotel is Hotel Universel on Sherbrooke Street, Montreal. You will be approximately 0.5 miles from the Préfontaine and Joliette metro stations. The easiest way is to take almost any hotel downtown and take the metro to get there.

The name of the neighborhood where the event takes place is Hochelaga. It is residential with lots of Airbnb type accommodations and street parking is easy. You might also consider this option.


To register directly online, click here!