The Chick Whips Junior Roller Derby team (Topeka, KS) have 3 skaters who are skating for the Central Cyclones in the inaugural Junior Olympics Roller Derby Tournament in Lincoln, Nebraska on July 12 – 13, 2016.

We are very proud of these skaters! They have been with the team since its inception back in 2012. The skaters are Peri Bailey (aka Sassy Squash), Brittany Sirridge (aka Cinnamon Rola), and Luna Steele.

More information about the tournament can be found at – http://www.juniorrollerderby.org/juniorolympics


The Chick Whips are rolling into their 5th season!

We have been growing steadily and strong and have some exciting news to share with our fans. In our five seasons we grew from just a little team that has a boot camp with 8 little girls to now a GIANT team that supports over 40! To give our players all the support they need we have split into two internal teams. Whiplash and Hip Chicks!

We are still the Chick Whips, but we decided to split the teams to focus more on the level of the players. If you have ever played roller derby you know it can be difficult to have skill levels mixed. The Coaching staff are looking to challenge our more advanced girls with heavy strategy, hard work, and excelled practices. For our beginner skaters we still introduction of play and conditioning.

Whiplash – Our Advanced team is made up of players whose goal is to play on the JRDA Charter and bout both in sanctioned and unsanctioned level 3 play. They are competitive, hard working and experienced. Our advanced ladies have been playing with us for a minimum of one season. They play at a Level 3 JRDA, once they pass WDFTA MSTs and written test and are in good standing with the team they are considered for our Charter. Hip Chicks – are our beginning to intermediate team. They range from absolute beginners who are learning to skate to ladies who have already completed a season of learning and are working to level 2 of JRDA play. This gives Hip Chicks time to grow in a safe environment without pressure of a more competitive nature.

Both teams have a huge season before them. Come be a part of it!


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Finishing off the 2015 season by traveling to Nebraska to play the Wild Childs and remaining undefeated. Both our Level 1/2s and our Level 3 athletes won their games. These warriors are saying goodbye to their teammate as she is aging out. Diva Destruction, #26, is one of our strongest leaders and will always be a Chick Whip at heart.





We thank the Wild Childs of Nebraska for two awesome and fun games! Both Level 1’s and 2’s did a fantastic job and appreciate the Wild Childs for coming down to play us. Topeka’s Chick Whips won both of their games and are looking forward to traveling to play the Wild Childs on August 8th!




Chick Whips traveled to the Iowa to attend the 4th annual Summer Slam and came home with their winning streak unbroken. We thank Des Moines Derby Brats for a good game and the opportunity to travel to play them.



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Wichita’s ICT Junior Roller Girls put up a good fight against Topeka’s Chick Whips. We thank them for coming out and playing us. Chick Whips won 274 – 172


2014 Season Highlights Video

Our 2014 season was epic! We finished the season undefeated with an 8 -0 record and finished our world ranking at 26 according to The 4th Whistle, Junior Edition.


This is Topeka’s only Junior Roller Derby team – the Chick Whips! This team is made up of young women ages 8 – 17 who are hungry for roller derby! They practice twice a week at Sk8away in Topeka so drop by and take a look at your future women’s roller derby girls in action!

The league started during the summer of 2011 as a summer derby bootcamp. After the 5-week bootcamp was over we expanded to having 3-month sessions with a few weeks for a break between each session.

The girls have been together since the first session and have practiced very hard. They have honed their skating abilities – edging, blocking, stops, and strategies. They have learned the importance of teamwork. And they have shined during bouting with their camaraderie and hard work.

Drop us a line if you are interesting in bouting or scrimmages!

We practice on Tuesday or Thursday at 6PM and on Saturday mornings at 8AM. Check our practice schedule for complete details.