This Week on FUEL TV's The Daily Habit
June 19, 2009
This Week on FUEL TV's The Daily Habit
Anthony Furlong and musical guest The Juan MacLean – Monday 6.22.09
Today’s guest is known for his seamless style and consistency on the vert ramp; pro skater Anthony Furlong drops in. Plus, today’s musical guest, The Juan MacLean, transcends the Snickers Sound Stage with their disco house music. Also, find out what happens when Jordan Morris takes his baby nephew for an early lesson in skating bowls at the Pro-Tec Pool Party. Anthony Furlong’s sponsors include: Etnies, Rockstar Energy, Chapman Skateboards, Ogio and Skatepark of Tampa.
Nick Visconti and musical guest The Presets – Tuesday 6.23.09
Today's guest is known for his wild style but always in control, pro snowboarder Nick Visconti is back on The Habit. Plus, we are bringing you a never-before-seen performance from the Australian duo known as The Presets. Also, Jordan Morris and the cast of “The Hangover” bite the hair of the dog at the press premiere in Las Vegas. Nick Visconti’s sponsors include: Omatic, VonZipper, 686, Celsius, Flux Bindings and Pow Gloves.
Koa and Alex Smith, Duane Peters and musical guest The Duane Peters Gunfight – Wednesday 6.24.09
Get on board and get inspired today. Phenomenal surfing brothers Alex and Koa Smith are dominating the contest scene one cutback at a time and they’re back on the show - find out where they’ve been traveling and why Koa’s been doing some big-game hunting. Plus, the “Master of Disaster” - legendary skater Duane Peters hits the Habit. Plus, Duane brings his band The Duane Peters Gunfight along to perform on the Snickers Sound Stage. And finally, Jackie Pickering checks in from the Life Rolls On Foundation’s “They Will Surf Again” event. Koa Smith’s sponsors include: Nike 6.0, Rip Curl, Smith Optics, Xanadu Surfboards, Pull-In Underwear, Sex Wax and Creatures of Leisure. Alex Smith’s sponsors include: Globe Shoes, Rip Curl, Smith Optics, Creatures of Leisure, Pull-In Underwear and Sex Wax. Duane Peters’ sponsors include: Draven, Silver Star, Emergency, and Monster Energy.
TJ Ellis and Norman Ollestad – Thursday 6.25.09
Today we welcome the winner of Ryan Nyquist’s 2009 “Warrior of Wood” BMX contest, TJ Ellis. TJ takes us through the highlights of his recent podiums and his rise to success on the BMX dirt scene. Plus, the author of “Crazy for the Storm,” Norman Ollestad is here to share his inspirational story. Also, correspondent Rick Thorne drops the hammer at the 2009 Gumball 3000 Rally. TJ Ellis’s sponsors include: Vans, Sullen, Skeletal Metal, Skullcandy and Ogio.
Tony Hawk – Friday 6.26.09
Today we’re celebrating the 900th episode of The Daily Habit! And who better to hang with than the man who completed the first 900 on a skateboard, Tony Hawk. And, since you only turn 900 once, we are bring the entire show to Tony’s private compound in Vista, California for a tour of the complex and star-studded vert shred session featuring Andy MacDonald, Lyn-z Adams Hawkins, and Jean Postec. Plus, Tony gives Jordan Morris a private tutorial of his new video game “Tony Hawk Ride” at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles. Tony Hawk’s sponsors include: Quiksilver, Birdhouse, Theeve Trucks, Bell and Nixon.
This Week on The Weekly Update with Boost Mobile: In skate news, Eli Reed edges out Mike Mo Capaldi at Red Bull Manny Mania, while Colin Provost takes MVP at Back to the Banks. Plus Zoo York drops its State of Mind video. In other skate news, Chris Mendes wins the Billabong Damn Am and Tony Hawk drops in at the Nathan Lazarus skatepark opening in Colorado. More skate coverage includes the Maloof Money Cup press conference and the launch party of the Vans Off the Wall book.
In surf news, the third annual Rip Curl Stew presented by Monster showcases Peter Devries defending his tile. The WSA Prime Man-on-Man Invitational has a new format and it’ll suit Ian Crane in the 18 and under boys division. Plus, Pi Beta Phi Surf Classic raises funds for low-income families.
In wake news, big names fail to advance at the second stop of the King of Wake series, opening the door for Harley Clifford. On the women’s side, the win goes to Nicola Butler.
In snowboard news, The Cricket Campus Rail Jam brings its final event to Portland, Oregon, and Josh Bishop will walk away with first place.