Treasure Valley Rollergirls


SVRG is a win-win; Killas take down ACDG Rocket Queens 118-72 and Dots pummel Treasure Valley 208-68

Posted on July 11th, by demonic in Roller Derby, Silicon Valley Roller Girls, SVRG Bouts. Comments Off

The luau-themed Freaky Tiki Throwdown was a fun-filled evening for fans and skaters alike. Victory was in the air at San Jose Skate on Saturday night as both Silicon Valley Roller Girls’ teams, the KillaBytes and the Dot.Kamikazes, racked up solid wins.

The KillaBytes were coming off an amazing performance (albeit, a loss) against the Denver Roller Dolls’ Bruising Altitude on June 12. They were curious as to what the Angel City Derby Girls’ Rocket Queens would be bringing, since the team has undergone a reboot (several retirements and lots of new blood) since they faced the Dot.Kamikazes last season. Given their younger roster, the team was matched against the KillaBytes this season instead. The KillaBytes were also excited to face the Rocket Queens since a former SVRG bootcamper, Blow Hole, had moved to southern California and was on the ACDG ... Read More »


Don't get shut out...get tickets NOW for the Freaky Tiki Throwdown July 10!

Posted on June 27th, by demonic in Roller Derby, Silicon Valley Roller Girls, SVRG Bouts. Comments Off

Swing your hula hips on over to San Jose Skate, 397 Blossom Hill Road, on Saturday, July 10th, for a Freaky Tiki Throwdown! The Silicon Valley Roller Girls will lei-the-smack-down on two fierce opponents: the KillaBytes will be facing the Angel City Rocket Queens (Los Angeles, CA), and the Dot.Kamikazes will be facing Treasure Valley (Idaho) Rollergirls. Doors open at 5:30 pm, with the KillaBytes at 6 pm and the Dot.Kamikazes starting at 8 pm. Come and show your support for your local derby girls by donning your green and black or your favorite luau wear.

Tickets will be online at Brown Paper Tickets. Online tickets are $13 for adults and $8 for kids. Paper tickets are also available for $15/adults and $10/kids at our sponsor locations: San Jose Skate, ... Read More »


Tickets now on sale for SVRG's Freaky Tiki Throwdown July 10

Posted on June 10th, by demonic in Roller Derby, Silicon Valley Roller Girls, SVRG Bouts. Comments Off

Swing your hula hips on over to San Jose Skate, 397 Blossom Hill Road, on Saturday, July 10th, for a Freaky Tiki Throwdown! The Silicon Valley Roller Girls will lei-the-smack-down on two fierce opponents: the KillaBytes will be facing the Angel City Rocket Queens (Los Angeles, CA), and the Dot.Kamikazes will be facing Treasure Valley (Idaho) Rollergirls. Doors open at 5:30 pm, with the KillaBytes at 6 pm and the Dot.Kamikazes starting at 8 pm. Come and show your support for your local derby girls by donning your green and black or your favorite luau wear.

Tickets will be online at Brown Paper Tickets. The first 100 tickets will be available at $10 for adults; after those sell out, online tickets will be $13 for adults and $8 for kids. Paper tickets are also available for $15/adults and $10/kids at our ... Read More »


Silicon Valley Roller Girls' 2010 Season Announced

Posted on January 7th, by demonic in Roller Derby, Sister Leagues, SVRG Bouts. 4 comments

The Silicon Valley Roller Girls would like to announce our 2010 season! We have more games this season for both the Dot.Kamikazes, including our first tournaments, and the KillaBytes. We will also be logging the frequent flyer miles next season, as we will be traveling from Arizona to Washington to Colorado for various bouts. But, three of our four home bouts this year are doubleheaders, so that's almost twice the derby! We also promise some outdoor bouts at Roosevelt Rink (TBA). Below, our home bouts are in boldface:

March 6: Dot.Kamikazes vs. Dockyard Derby Dames (Tacoma, WA) AND

KillaBytes vs. San Diego Hard Corps (doubleheader @ San Jose Skate)

March 27-28: Dot.Kamikazes compete in The Dustbowl Tournament @ Bakersfield, CA

April 17-19: Dot.Kamikazes compete in The Dust Devil Tournament @ Tucson, AZ

May 1: Dot.Kamikazes vs. Central Coast Roller Derby (Paso Robles, CA) AND

KillaBytes vs. ... Read More »



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