We are pleased to announce that the sixth annual Noiya Inline Jam is again being held at The House Skatepark on 10th May 2014. Previous top 3 winners have included some of the cream of the UK blading scene, including Alex Burston, Nick Lomax, Mike Welland, Elliott Stevens, Joe Atkinson, Stephen Swain and 2013 winner Andy Spary. Motivation is provided by the prize pot of £525 split into £300 for first place, £150 for second and £75 for third.
Event organizers Noiya are offering giveaways, a BBQ and a Rollkings shop set up with new Noiya Clothing 2014 items in stock. This year Noiya are also bringing back live Illustration from some highly talented friends and artists to expand the list of attractions.
On the day the event will run between 10am – 7pm, and you can only register on the day for participating in the 3 different categories:
1) 15 and under -12pm start (Qualifier for AIL ‘Youngbloods’ 15 and under competition @ SlammJamm in October)
2) Open – 2pm start
3) Expert/Sponsored – 4pm start
The format will be 5 people skating the park in 5 minute rounds, with the judges’ favourite going through to the semi-finals, where the top two from each will go through to the final four. There is a limit of 30 riders in each category, so get down early to secure your place.
Entry is £5 whether you are spectating, skating or entering the jam.
Noiya are also planning on hosting an after party at a venue to be confirmed. For more details on that, as well as exclusive content leading up to the event, visit Noiya Clothing on Facebook: Noiya Jam 2014 Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/
If you want more information leading up to the event head over to: https://www.facebook.com/
Sponsors of the event so far include:
The Conference (USD, Undercover, Xsjado, Kizer)
Please note – this event is for bladers only, so if you come down with your board or scooter please don’t be too disappointed! We only do this once a year and it’s good for us to be able to give something back to the in-line community who have supported us all the way through – back to normal the following day (Sunday).