Motor City Disassembly Line Celebrates Mother's Day with a Big Win!

Photo: Dave Randall Photography

Photo: Dave Randall Photography

Thank you for coming out and celebrating Mother's Day with us last weekend! Hundreds of people packed the Masonic Temple on Saturday night to watch Motor City Disassembly Line's season opener! It was an international face off with our derby sisters across the bridge. There were plenty of hard hits during the match up with Windsor's Border City Brawlers. The crowd even got to see a couple of apex jumps. MCDL took the win with an impressive 347 to 116 victory.

Detroit Mens Roller Derby opened the night's action with a resounding win over the Cincinnati Battering Rams. Riot's jammers were too tough to catch and their walls proved to be inpenetrable. They outscored Cincinnati by more than 200 points. The final in that game was 291 to 70.

We also want to send a big shout out to the Detroit School of Rock and Pop which performed during both half times. They certainly had the crowd moving, dancing and singing along!

If you missed out on last week's action, don't worry another game is just around the corner. Our next double header is set for Saturday, June 16th when Detroit Roller Derby's Allstars A & B play Tampa A & B teams. It will be held at the Taylor Sportsplex located at 13333 Telegraph Road in Taylor. The first whistle blows at 6pm.

Detroit Roller Derby's Motor City Disassembly Line Prepares for International Match Up!

Grab your mothers and head to Detroit's historic Masonic Temple on Saturday, May 12th for Motor City Disassembly Line's first home game of the season. Some of the toughest moms around will be taking the track against the Border City Brawlers. Windsor's only flat track roller derby league will be crossing the bridge for this international match-up that's guaranteed to have you on the edge of your seats.

Detroit Men's Roller Derby will warm up the crowd when they face off against the hard hitting Cincinnati Battering Rams. If you've never seen a men's game you do not want to miss this! The action will be fast, ferocious and fearless.

And the drill hall will be rocking during the big event! We are happy to announce the talented musicians from the Detroit School of Rock and Pop will be performing during both half times.

Doors open at 5pm on Saturday, May 12th. The first whistle blows at 6pm.Tickets are available right now at They are $15 in advance and $18 at the door the day of the double header. Kids 12 and under are free with a paying adult.

The Masonic Temple is located at 500 Temple Street in Detroit. There is plenty of parking on site. The after party will be held at McShane's Pub and Whiskey Bar at 1460 Michigan Avenue.