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This Week on FUEL TV's The Daily Habit:

September 8, 2008

This Week on FUEL TV's The Daily Habit:

Terell Robinson, Flow Snowboard Team, and Road Trip Nation – Monday 9.08.08

As an appetizer, Fallen team rider and skater, Terell Robinson hits the habit.

For our main course, Flow Team riders Scotty Lago, Antti Autti, Tim Humphreys and Mercedes Nicoll stop by to help us gear up for snow season.  Finally, for desert, the team from Road Trip Nation – Mike Marriner, Ashley Luther, and James Karhu roll up in their RV to join us. Terell Robinson’s sponsors include: Fallen, Dragon, Split, Darkstar and Active. Scotty Lago’s sponsors include: Flow, Smith, Billabong and Grenade.  Antti Autti’s sponsors include: Flow, Kustom, Giro, Billabong, Rockstar, Dakine and Skullcandy. Tim Humphreys’ sponsors include: Flow, Osiris, Bolle, Sessions, EESA, Neff, Skullcandy, NXTZ and 525 East. Mercedes Nicoll’s sponsors include: Flow, IS Eyewear, Powder Room, Mammoth Mountain and The Source.

Drew Fuller and David Rensin and musical guest Darkest Hour – Tuesday 9.09.08

Pro snowboarder and Rossignol team rider Drew Fuller is on the Habit. Plus, author of the critically acclaimed Miki Dora book, “All for a Few Perfect Waves” - David Rensin is here. Also, our amps get shredded thanks to today’s musical guest Darkest Hour. Drew Fuller’s sponsors include: Rossignol, Celsius, IS Eyewear, Sessions, Imperial Motion, Zola, Rockwell Timekeepers, Dakine, Skullcandy, Park City and The Click.

Shelby Kantar and Melissa Marquardt – Wednesday 9.10.08

Today, pro wakeboarders and Liquid Force team riders Shelby Kantar and Melissa Marquardt cruise by the Habit. Plus, Wakeboarder Shane Bonifay reports from the “Bro Stock” wakeboard contest in Lake Powell, AZ. Also, Jordan sits down for a one-on-one with Judd Apatow to talk about starring in a "Pineapple Express" sequel. Shelby Kantar’s sponsors include: Liquid Force, Osiris, Red Bull, Body Glove, Liquid Trends Boat Audio, VonZipper and Delta Wakeboard Camp and Boardshop. Melissa Marquardt’s sponsors include: Liquid Force, Cobian, Monster Energy, Spy, Skull Candy, Natique Boats, Freestyle and WSR.

Ricky Whitlock, Simon Tabron and musical guest Langhorne Slim and The War Eagles – Thursday 9.11.08

Today’s guest is pro surfer, Matix team rider and international wave chaser Ricky Whitlock. Plus, vert dominator from across the pond, Simon Tabron drops in on the Habit. To top things off, we have musical guest Langhorne Slim and the War Eagles treating us to some foot stomping tunes.  Ricky Whitlock’s sponsors include: Matix, Steve Boysen, Vitaminwater, Nixon, Electric, Sector 9, Bully’s Accessories and Sun Diego Surf Shop. Simon Tabron’s sponsors include: Adidas, Mongoose, LG, Steaz, Bell Helmets, and 50/50 Bike Shop.

Best of The Daily Habit Music: Lupe Fiasco, MGMT, The Kooks, and Tim Flight – Friday 9.12.08

It’s been a great year in action sports guests for the Daily Habit – and it’s also been a great year in music for us. So, we’re treating you to the best of 2008 with encore performances from hip hop superstar Lupe Fiasco to psychedelic indie band MGMT and punky rockers The Kooks. Plus, a set we couldn’t forget from Tim Fite. 

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