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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The Route One Team headed to South Africa earlier this year to check out the Johannesburg Skateistan park as well as the Indigo Skate Project. Have a watch to see Jordan Thackeray, Sam Beckett, Daryl Dominguez, Dylan Hughes and a host of locals tearing up the parks!
Matt Hunt released his comprehensive edit of the first few months of Newquay's Concrete Waves park! Watch the clip to see ripping from Josh Rounding, Alex Hallford, Jordan Thackeray, Marc Churchill, James Threllfall, Harry While, Adam Moss, Eddie Belvedere, Sam Bosworth, Jake Sparham and too many other locals to mention... See below the main edit for the unedited clips from the pool section!
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.
Sox sent Alan Harris an edit he made from a recent month-long trip to Japan, and it's as crazy as you'd expect...
Featuring Sox, Jordan Thackeray, Toby Gozzett, Mikey Joyce, Daisuke Kagoshima alongside a host of local rippers.
Jackson Davis released his bank holiday edit for Lovenskate, featuring Alex Hallford, Jordan Thackeray and Ewen Bower alongside Sox and Taylor Jones.
Alex Diss at Hell Yeah Son just published his edit from a month in Barcelona featuring Rob Jones, Josh Nice and plenty of locals! Rob's footage at Spotter at the end is insane...
Second part of Hell Yeah Son’s Euro trip - with the crew hitting up Cologne’s Lohserampe!
Here’s a great clip for you! A heavy UK crew consisting of Jordan Thackeray, Alex Hallford, Sox, Rob Jones and Toby Gozzett sessioning a floating miniramp in Germany last Summer courtesy of Hell Yeah Son! Endless lines...
The dudes over at Hell Yeah Son released their full video. Featuring various Essex-based heads including Taylor Jones, Jordan Thackeray, Harvey Thompson and Toby Gozzett as well as further afield guys such as Joxa, Dead Dave and Sox. Plenty of footage from some of the best DIY Spots in the country including Urbside, Delside, Kobwebs and Tottenham, as well as the odd bit of Barcelona / Spotter footy!
Josh Manderson’s latest clip sees Kieran Menzies, Jordan Thackeray, Tom Moatti and Charlie Birch going in on Clissold bowl!
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!
The latest Copenhagen-centric clip from Dr Drunk ProdrunktionZ sees Jordan Thackeray and crew baffling around CPH and Roskilde!
Part one of the Monster-funded trip around the U.K's most venerable skateparks, starting with Romford. Featuring Sam Beckett, Raven Tershy, Rune Glifberg, Ben Hatchell and Jordan Thackeray.
Click here for Chris Johnson's photos of the session.
Thanks Skateboarding Mag have a couple of great recaps from the Marseille Red Bull Bowl Rippers comp, featuring Brits Sox, Alex Hallford and Jordan Thackeray as well as George Poole, Jaime Mateu, Karl Berglind, Collin Graham and more!
Have a watch of the video below before going to have a look at their photo essay here.
Sidewalk have an excellent video / photo / word recap of the Battle of Hastings event that took place over the weekend, click here for the full thing!
Jake Collins Nosegrinds over the hip, shot by Chris Johnson
With the release of Hangup Zine issue 3 fast approaching, we'll be publishing the remaining stuff from issue 2, starting today with the gallery section!
Featuring Sherburt Dipdab, Joe Howard, Andrew Dellas, Benson, Blinky, Jordan Thackeray and Philippe Da Rosa, with photos from Craig Dodds, Paul Graham, Paul Jackson and Monkeyglove Matt!
Click the link below for the full thing!
A heavy UK crew with Alex Hallford, Sam Beckett, Trevor Johnson, Jordan Thackeray + a who's who of Euro transition rippers including David Sanchez, Jaime Mateu, Martino Cattaneo and more at the always amazing looking Air + Style comp in Innsbruck!
Issue two of Hangup Zine is available now! This issue features;
- An interview with Jack Kenward, one of the dudes behind the Outback DIY at Empire Skatepark,
- An interview with artist Jack Hamilton,
- Photo galleries from Sam Hutchinson and Tom Bailey,
- Aaron Wilmot and Saul Crumlish interviewing each other,
- A gallery featuring Philippe da Rosa, Sherburt Dipdab, Joe Howard, Blinky, Andrew Dellas and Jordan Thackeray!
Contributors are Monkeyglove Matt, Craig Dodds, Paul Graham, Paul Jackson, Jack Hamilton, Sam Hutchinson, Tom Bailey and Russ Hall.
Alfie Carleton on the cover with a frontside pull in off a makeshift extension at Bridges skatepark, Belfast shot by Craig Dodds!
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Seeing how rad the DIY section at Empire was looking, we got in contact with Jack Kenward, one of the main guys behind the development of the spot. For a full gallery of work in progress photos, click here!
Philippe da Rosa over Jack Kenward, photo: Monkeyglove Matt
Hey Jack, how'd you initially get involved with this project?
Yo Hangup whats crackin! Hope you're good!
So I worked for Potter (Carl Wilson) as he was managing the park when it very first opened. It's now owned by my homies Lewis and Harry and although I don't work there anymore it's still my home and those two have killed it maintaining such a decent hub for skaters around the area. We all know skater run skateparks are hard to maintain financially, so I'm just stoked to help where I can. But basically I've been part of the furniture since day one down there.
The First Pour
You're the only skatepark in the country with an outdoor concrete section I believe, Central in Manchester had one but they closed down, and The House in Sheffield has one but indoor. Yours looks alot bigger than both! What made you guys want to begin such a massive undertaking?
Really? I wasnt aware of that? Thats pretty dope if that is the case! Hyped!
To be honest at the time we first started, four or so years ago, I think we all thought we were in for a bit more of a money maker and were going to eventually have it built by professionals. We pretty quickly learned that this wasn't the case after being stung with a horrendous bill for moving a bit of dirt and filling some cages by some hash smoking rip off merchant.
Is it all self funded apart from this last Go Fund Me campaign? Care to detail how you guys managed to fund it all?
Ah the go fund me was madness i couldnt believe it! Thanks to you guys for sharing that shit and everyone that contributed to the cause. It definitely couldn't have got there without you all!
Apart from the above this project has been completely self funded. We've had so many donations and people wanting to give us cement, sand and everything! It's been amazing seeing the help people have to offer, real humbling man. People are sick! The sick ones anyways!
One time, I was working away in Tokyo. At this stage we had no crete down, just a mud outer shell as it were. I woke up at 3.30am to a facebook message from Harry saying Ben (big up) had over ordered a few cube and had turned up at the park with it. When I returned back from that trip was when iI thought "Right lets have this fucker!" Many a youtube video was undertaken at this stage just trying to improve my knowledge about concrete and how that shit works.
Carl Wilson Back Smiths the extension, look at that coping! Photo: Monkeyglove Matt
How did you fit in building in between the day to day running of the park? Was it all volunteers or did you get any professionals in?
So the Outback has always been a no go for general public so we've always just been able to crack on whenever out there. There's been times it's been difficult like filling buckets up from the toilet sink with poly cups then having to run them through the park. Building has been mainly weekends really, I work full time and pretty long hours so we did a few small pours and little bits and bobs in the evening but really got stuck in over the weekends!
How did you decide on the layout of the place? Proper plan or build as you go?
Mate I have absolutely no idea. Literally build and go if it doesn't look like it's gonna work knock it out and make it work.
Like that whole back section with the flat bank and hips just 8 weeks ago that was going to be a long straight 5ft quarter. It's mad how things changed. The fear that we were building a monster that wasn't gonna work was awful! Now we've all broken her in and she works like a dream! Relief!
Mark Munson textbook Crails, front foot! Photo: Monkeyglove Matt
You opened it up for Lord of the Swords this last Bank Holiday weekend right? How'd that go down?
Yooo big up lords of the swords and Luke for getting that shit organised. I can only imagine how much of a nightmare it must be! So yeah luke! Big man tings! Well done!
We opened after 6pm on the saturday of lords and it was fucking special for me man! I imagined that day sitting back, sipping a beer watching people shred it and it was actually a dream come true! Everyone went in that night! I stayed away from my board I was just happy to watch. Sick night! Sick crew!
Gnarliest thing to go down so far?
Alot happened that night man. Potter's frontside invert was mental! J Thaxx obviously destroyed the thing within 5 minutes of stepping off the plane from CPH. Jordan Sharkey blew my mind with a torrent of mental flippery on the flat bank! But it's early days. If it goes how I want we gonna witness a lot of shit go down!
Jordan Thackeray Stalefishes during Lord of the Swords. Photo: Paul Jackson
When does it open to the public?
How long is a piece of string! As you can imagine insurance companies love a completely un regulated DIY bowl. But I think we aim to get some sort of safety barrier around the outside and secrectly I think we want a month or so to ourselves. Gotta give it a little bit for complete selfish enjoyment! (Sorry public)
Can you think of any particular reason why Essex has such a good DIY building scene at the moment? I know there's at least 3 major builds out there already?
Because Essex is the absolute shit! Im not even from here and im backing it 100%. 10 years deep in the land of the triple sword now! Good scene and alot of hard workers that wanna put the love into skateboarding! Sick area mate.
Can i do some thanks?? Im gonna do some thanks.
So my super super badman special thanks go to my three right hand men that have stuck it with me from the start that's Harry Wilson, Warren Munson and Mr Toby Gozzett
I also wanna thank Lewis for maintaining that shit and keeping it open as well as Harry again. Paul Carroll (delside) for being an absolute wizard of bodgery and getting stuck in on those tricky panels and Stephen Barrow (the spot) for coming and helping, both those guys shared so much knowledge with me! That shits dope I appreciate that. Everyone else that had got stuck in, contributed, donated and so on. If I was to list them all you'd have no room left in the mag! You're all fucking Gs and we couldn't have got through it without you all! FOR ENGLAND!! FOR NARNIA!! ONE LOVE!!!
Drone shot of the finished article!
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Here's Jordan Thackeray's welcome to Lovenskate edit! Rad pairing! Includes sessions with some of the rest of the Lovenskate team at Victoria Park and Harrow.
Paul Jackson sent over a new gallery from Empire Skatepark!
Toby Gozzett, Frontside Feeble, shot by Paul Jackson
Muckefuck's edit from the annual Air and Style comp in Innsbruck. The locals there must have it good with this park and that amazing street plaza too! Featuring Brits Alex Hallford and Jordan Thackeray as well Julien Benoliel, Willis Kimbel, Martino Cattaneo, Simon Karlsson, Robin Bolian and more!
Rad edit from Muckefuck with a couple of tricks each from their massive team, including Jordan Thackeray, Mark Munson, Lee Blackwell, Alex Hallford and Jake Anderson.
Today we have Paul Jackson's write up and gallery from the Empire Miniramp Jam last Friday -
The usual drill - A bunch of skaters, Harry Wilson with a megaphone and a box of prizes donated by Navitas Outdoors.
Harry announced that “it was a free for all. No limit to the number of skaters in the ramp, just get it done!”
And it went off.
We were treated to an onslaught of lazy cool from local Jordan Thackeray’s satchel of stoke and some balls out skating from the ever gnarly Taylor Jones, and any moment Taylor wasn’t skating was spent shouting abuse at the top of his voice at anyone skating the mini!
Jed Jolly and Max Melwani of Stowmarket pulled some radness out too.
After about an hour, the comp was drawn to a close on the mini. The crowd of spectators soon went home and the 3 sided bar was fitted over the grass gap.
Harry came back with the Navitas box and what hadn’t been given away on the mini was duly gifted to the gifted that stuck around and put the hours in.
Harley Miller and Mark Radden made some gnar stuff stick and Toby Gozzett came away with a whole bunch of NBDs.
It was a good turn out for a change from the banging Halloween fancy dress party that has become an Empire tradition in recent years.
For more photos of the jam and photos from the bump to bar session visit Paul's blog here
Jed Jolly, Nosepick
Jordan Thackeray, Frontside Nosegrind
Justin Baker, Frontside 5050
Mark Radden, Frontside Pivot Grab
Max Melwani, Switch Frontside 5-0
Max Melwani, Smith Stall
Taylor Jones, Madonna
Taylor Jones, Smith Stall