TV: This Week on FUEL TV's The Daily Habit
This Week on FUEL TV's
The Daily Habit
Andrew Reynolds, Kevin Long, Atiba Jefferson and musical guest THE GOAT & The Occasional Others – Monday 7.20.09
Today’s show features the apex of pro skate -- Emerica team riders Andrew Reynolds and Kevin “Spanky” Long, and they brought along one of the most snaptastic skate photographers in the industry, Atiba Jefferson. If that weren’t enough, their band THE GOAT & The Occasional Others are rockin’ the Snickers Sound Stage. Plus, we check in with wakeskater Ben Horan as we begin our week-long coverage of Nike 6.0 Migration Week in Portland, Oregon. Andrew Reynolds sponsors include: Emerica, Baker, Altamont and Brigada. Kevin Long’s sponsors include: Emerica, Baker, RVCA, Independent, Spitfire and Shake Junt. Atiba Jefferson’s sponsors include: eS, Brigada, Altamont and Baker.
Nate Wessel and musical guest, Set Your Goals – Tuesday 7.21.09
Today’s guest is the brains and brawn behind many of this summer’s X Games courses as well as some of the best ramps on two and four wheels - Nate Wessel will inspire you to get out there and pound some nails. Plus, the California punk rockers of Set Your Goals perform live on the Snickers Sound Stage. Also, we continue our coverage of the best riders in the world at Nike 6.0 Migration Week in Portland, Oregon with BMX rider and X Games gold medalist Garrett Reynolds. Nate Wessel’s sponsors include: Nike, Fox, Bosch Tools, Failure Bikes and Woodward.
Pat O’Connell and celebrity guest, Michael Papajohn – Wednesday 7.22.09
It’s Wednesday and we’re hanging on the coat-tails of 2009 Surfers’ Hall of Fame inductee and FUEL TV’s Drive Thru cast member, surf icon Pat O’Connell. Plus, actor Michael Papajohn stops by to talk about his roles in some of the biggest blockbusters of the summer including “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” and “G –Force”. Also, we continue to catch up with the standout snow shredders Ellery Hollingsworth and T.J. Schiller at Nike 6.0 Migration Week in Portland, Oregon. Pat O’Connell’s sponsors include: Hurley and Timmy Patterson Surfboards.
Johnny Schillereff, Kirk Dianda and musical guest, Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head – Thursday 7.23.09
The man behind Element Skateboards, President and Founder Johnny Schillereff is here. Plus, director Kirk Dianda drops in to talk about Element’s highly anticipated full length film “Make It Count”. And, the electro rockers of Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head are performing live on the Snickers Sound Stage. All that and Nike 6.0 continues with standout snowboarder Mason Aguirre. Trust us; you don’t wanna miss this episode.
Cory Nastazio and Issuez Inc Crew with TJ Ellis and Luke Parslow, and musical guest, Tortoise – Friday 7.24.09
He’s often emulated and rarely replicated - pro BMX rider Cory Nastazio hits the Habit on Friday, and he brought his lively crew with him! Plus, the five-piece instrumental band from Chicago known as Tortoise, brings their unique sounds to the Snickers Sound Stage. And, find out what happens when Daily Habit correspondent Jeff Sloniker dives head-first into the red-carpet at the insane world premiere of “Bruno”. Hang with us as we close out our last day of coverage of Nike 6.0 Migration Week in Portland, Oregon with BMX royalty, Nigel Sylvester. Cory Nastazio’s sponsors include: Vans, Haro Bikes, Rockstar and IssuezInc.com
This Week on The Weekly Update with Boost Mobile: In wakeboarding news, Aaron Rathy wins another on the Mastercraft Pro Wakeboard Tour as Danny Harf takes top honors at the Liquid Force Brostock Festival.
In skate, Torey Pudwill beats out Eric Koston in the street final at the Copenhagen Pro presented by DVS. Also, Nike SB’s amateur team drops the Debacle video, and X Games celebrates its fifteenth anniversary in downtown Los Angeles.
In our surf coverage, Blake Thornton dominates picture-perfect barrels at the O’Neill Coldwater Classic South Africa, Kolohe Andino takes the title at the NSSA Nationals, and Billabong’s Design for Humanity catwalks the latest fashion in Hollywood.
Also, we’ve got highlights from Cory Nastazio’s Backyard Jam and a fan day for Supercross champ James Stewart.