Revolution 90 Seconds - Mike Lilly
First of all - what sparked the motivation in you?
Watching Sean (Santamaria) and I's old parts, the old band videos, I thought "I'm not done yet."
Fliming for the 90 was easy, there are so many spots and great people involved it's difficult not to get off your ass and do something.
Hanging at Bina's spot with all the dudes was my jam, Travis Rhodes dropping the quarter roof while we ate sandwiches.
Rollerblading has been the biggest part of my life for the last 17 years, so I just want to be remembered for leaving a positive, inspiring mark in it that maybe noticeable in the bastards and killers of the future.
Filming for your 90, you never skipped a beat skating wise, you said this is the most clips you've ever gotten in a week. It was amazing. What is your outlook on how you push yourself skating now versus before?
I need not think about sh*t when I'm skating and do the things I know I can do, and try to do them as steezy as possible. Keep up with these young steeze balls.
Before you came to visit AZ, Matty Schrock (who lived here for 4 months) told you that "you're not going to want to leave." What was your overall impression of Arizona?
AZ is amazing, all the dudes there are THE SH*T, Thursday Night Skates are ridiculous how many people come out (even on a slow night), I want Sean to go out there so it will change him like it's changed me.
What does having a 90 Second Edit mean to you?
Having a 90 means the world to me. James and Gretch are two amazing people that are truly trying to make young rollerboys and girls happy, while helping the industry as much as possible.
Sophie, Lucybear, Seanboy, my family, James, Gretch, and Shea, JON JENKINS, all my dudes and dudettes at Momos, the old band, the kids in AZ, all the dudes hanging at Bina's, Alec, Xanthany, Sergio, Yams, Luke, Daily, Jacey, Devon, etc., Austin Paz, and Adam, Negrete, all the kfc guys, and most of all my florida boys for keeping mother f*ckers in check!