The first edit from Hell Yeah Son’s trips last summer, Marseille for the Bowlrippers comp! Featuring Sam Beckett, Alex Hallford, Jordan Thackeray, Greyson Fletcher, Jono Coote, Lois Pendlebury, Amy Ram, Helena Long, George Poole and Dannie Carlsen!
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My favourite moment whilst shooting for Sidewalk was getting the chance to shoot for one of their Weekenders articles. This basically meant gathering up my friends for the weekend and heading down to Grantham to skate the surrounding areas. Check out the results through the photo below! Featuring Dean Greensmith, Blinky, Ben Footitt, Joe Howard, Jono Coote, Chippy, Craig Brittain, Tom Bramley, and Watko.
Jono Coote continues to crack out his summer trip edits, this one focusing on a trip to North Wales with Filippo Baronello, Junpei, Evan Binge and a load more!
Check Jono's previous edits here.
Here’s the final part of Sidewalk’s In Search of the Canna Ramp clips, have a read and watch of the rest of the parts here.
Words: Jono Coote. Video: Ryan Gray.
Sidewalk released a clip from the Cantelowes stop of the Repro Print Division SOS Division tour, starting with Three Amigos!
Featuring Joel Storer, Macey Sherman, Harry Jarvis, Felix Parker, Jono Coote, Taylor Jones and Evan Binge.
Filmed by Jono Coote, Laurie Stearn and Kein.
Jono released Sox's opening section from his Corner Store vid.
Have a read of our review of the video here.
Plenty of rad cameos in this part including Tom Bailey, Alan Harris and Carve Wicked affiliates Colin Adam and Sam Pulley.
We just published Jono Coote's Why DIY Matters essay, first seen in Hangup Zine 4, read on for more of this -
"The last six months alone have seen Needleside, the Dust Bowl, Notts DIY, Mozzieland and probably more than I’m not aware of bite the dust. This isn’t just down to supermarket wars or opposing councils, of course – it is as much a reaction to the temerity of the DIY build, the implied idea that members of the public can just go in and take something, not just make it their own but open it to public use once again."
Accompanying the article are photos shot by Ashley Fletcher, Rob Salmon and Paul Graham.
Click here to read the full piece.
Ben Rowley Crooks at Daveside, Bristol. Photo: Rob Salmon.
Corner Store is Jono Coote's independent video featuring a crew of some of the most exciting to watch skaters from around the South including Sam Roberts, Stevie Thompson, Sox, Filippo Baronello, Jordan Thackeray and more.
Jordan Thackeray's section from Jono Coote's Corner Store vid via Sidewalk - can't wait to see the rest!
Here's Chris Williams' take on the already heavily covered Stockwell Halloween Jam. Gnarly over the wall session by all accounts!
Featuring; Felix Parker, Dean Greensmith, Zach De La Rue, Chris Ault, Ross Brunton, Jack Lammas, Jake Snelling and Jono Coote.
In this issue we have;
An interview with Chris Baillie discussing Ayr, sponsorship and teaching kids to skate,
Fear and Loathing in South Wales; a trip featuring Cam Edwards, Rob Whiston, Cie Denison, John Adams, Henry Fox and more. Shot and written by Alex Ramsell,
18+, interviews with Andy Bega, Tom Brown and Helena Juric on learning to skate post-18,
An interview with the North East's Mani Haddon,
Blood, Sweat and Concrete Dust, an essay by Jono Coote on why DIY Matters,
The latest jam from Shred the North is happening at R-Kade Skatepark on Sunday the 15th of May. 2pm - 6pm. The park's amazing, having had a full refit a few years ago courtesy of Fouronefour. Would be good to see people travel to this!
Full details here - https://www.facebook.com/events/460714034129673/
Below are a couple of photos I've shot there since the refit, plus an edit of the rad Shop Riot from Harry Deane that was held there a few years back.
Kieran Menzies, Backside Smith, 2013
Kieran Menzies, Transfer, 2013
John and Aiden, Doubles, 2013
Jono Coote, Seatbelt Smith, 2013
Dean Greensmith, Transfer, 2012
The Source, Hastings have released a lengthy edit of offcuts from their video Chad Bangers, featuring Egon Reynolds, Jon Mullis, Sam Roberts, Tom Pickard, Jono Coote, Joe Sandland, and Toby Shaw, with footage of Jono's layback wallie in the depths of Headingley -
Couple of edits featuring Sam Beckett here, the first one being his surprise pro board session featuring Julien Benoliel, Sox, Jono Coote, Alex Hallford and Sam Beckett himself. Alex Hallford's lines in particular are great.
Then we have Sam and Rune Glifberg's Welcome to Protec edit, shot in Copenhagen and Malmo. Watching Rune skate the oververt wall at Fælledparken is insane. Backside Ollie out the top?!
Here's a photo of Rune I shot at CPH Pro back in 2012.