I tried to make a video last year but gave up… I made a few edits with some of the footage, but this is the rest of it. It’s not a real video, it’s only 8 minutes. New Orleans, San Diego, Los Angeles, Austin, Richmond & El Paso. A lot of peeps in this one though. All filler, no killer. - Cody Sanders.
Peeps: Austin Foogie Bartels, Heath Burley, Andrew Broom, Taylor Denea Allen, Russell Day, Andrew Waddle, Levi van Rijn, Chris Fleener, Oliver Prado, Logan Stell Fowell, Shannon Joy Rodgers, Miguel Angel Ramos, Garret Mitschelen, Bear Phillips, Mick Casals, Grant Collins, Brandon Bobadilla, J.r. Padron, Aarin Gates & Ross Puryear.
Music: “Might be” - Jstab, “indo smoke” - Dretti Franks (Feat. CVRSXD), “LDA” - FIDLAR.
Pacific Rim Video correspondent Chris Trondsen talks to The Bladies: Shannon Rodgers, Megan Petersen and Melissa Brown at the Blading Cup 2012 held in front of The Yost in Santa Ana. CA on Saturday, October 6, 2012. Video produced by Peter Gonzaga.
Video on Youtube: PLAY.
Shannon Joy Rodgers - Acting/ Skating Reel: Moby - After Music Video,
A Mistake - Andre Enoiu,
NFL Labor Dispute,
National New Wave Hairstyle Day. Video Down
Revolution “On The Spot” with Shannon Rodgers. We sat down with Shannon in the 115 degree Arizona heat as she was moving from Texas out to California to pursue her acting career. She stopped in Arizona for an afternoon to film her Revolution “On The Spot”. Filmed & Edited by Jon Jenkins for Revolutionskate.com.
Video on Youtube: PLAY.
Shannon Rodgers: Life+ 6 Section. Representing hard for the ladies and Texas! Filmed and edited by Drew Bachrach.
- Music: The Stooges & Salt n Peppa Mashup.
Alex put a lot of work into making this section, and I really enjoyed editing it. He’s one of the nicest guys I know and one of the rawest skaters! Enjoy! - Shannon Joy Rodgers.
Video on Vimeo: PLAY. PS: He also goes by Logan online. Music: Trouble Andrew - Youngboy.
Photo: Jeremy Stephenson (Jero, 2008)
I have noticed that in blading there is a heavy imbalance between the amount of males and females. A female on blades is the exception; men seem to rule the sport in every aspect from shredding to company ownership to sheer numbers. I take this to be a supreme bum-rush. What are we doing wrong?
One time Frank Stoner and I had a conversation about this and I think he put it best. In sports like surfing, skiing, and snowboarding, there is a strong female following.
Granted they are still male dominated sports, but the ratio of male to females in those sports out weighs rollerblading. Anyways, those activities are more family oriented and I think that’s one reason the females are plentiful there and not in rollerblading. Families with little girls will go on a ski trip every winter, exposing that little girl to the snow, balancing her skis, witnessing demos, etc.
That type of exposure at a young age makes all the difference in the long run. But, the rollerblader girls get pretty spoiled for sure. […]
- Interview on Stabyourselfintheface.com: Link Down | Archive.org backup.
- Shock Video featured in the Interview: PLAY (Vimeo). Featuring Skatings, skits and fun clips.
“I made a little edit since I got new blades”. - Shannon Rodgers.
PLAY: Youtube | Vimeo.