Revolution 90 Seconds - Travis Rhodes
How was your experience filming for your 90 Second Edit?
Filming for my 90 was way to fun. I got to skate a lot of fun spots and do a lot of tricks I didn't think I could do.
Arizona is AWESOME! The skate scene is tight and the spots are fu#king amazing. I can't wait to come back.
I think the most memorable trick might be the fast plant farside tru makio or fish or whatever it's called. Because, that's the trick that took the least amount of time to do it. Whenever I didn't want to do a trick anymore cause it was taking too long, X would always bribe me with food so I would land it. Haha.
You look a lot older than you are, and for someone as young as you are - you have your style on point. What are your main influences?
I guess I would say people like Mike Lilly, Micah Yeager, Gabriel Hyden, all the doods in Honey Baked, Chris Farmer, Jon Elliott, and Tory Treseder.
I like to skate cool looking spots or just anything that is kinda like a skatepark, as long as it's fun. For the 90, I just kinda wanted to test my limits for a bit, and see what came out.
For someone who is constantly on the move, skating new places, checking out different skate scenes. What's next for you?
Next stop is Chicago for a little bit then hopefully moving to Los Angeles with all the homies.
Having a Revolution 90 Second Edit means a lot to me. Not everyone gets to have a 90, so I am thankful in the time I spent in Arizona that I was offered a 90. Thanks a lot James.
James and Gretchen, Cory Miller for letting me sleep on his couch the whole time, Andy too, X for putting up with me every time we went out filming, and anyone who supports my blading, and my mother, without her none of this was possible.