Former skateboard pro, MMA fighter, and radio personality Jason Ellis hosted the event with his trademark style that would never cut it on public radio.
d.o.c. in full effect, on his way to accept the award with Dirt Shark for "Sickest Viral Video."
Dirt Shark went incognito in an effort to maintain the essence of mystery.
Todd Potter presented trainer Charles Dao with the "Behind the Scenes" award. Dao is a vital component in many professional rider's and racer's programs.
Blake "Bilko" Williams was on hand to give and recieve the award for "Biggest Get Off" to Andre Villa, who was unable to make the event. It was great to see Bilko on the bike again earlier in the day, as he wasted no time before throwing 360's off the ramp during the pro demo.
Stenberg easily claimed the "Fan Favorite" honor. 2012 will be a turning point for the former X Games Gold Medalist, as he looks to get back to freeriding exclusively.
Money from the silent auction and other proceeds from the event went to the Chris Ackerman Foundation. For those who are unaware, Ackerman has been behind the scenes for the Metal Mulisha for years, and after an accident years ago, has become an advocate of spinal cord injury research.
Snowboarder and TV Show host "The Dingo" was lured down to Pala by Twitch to give Nate Adams the award for "Biggest Steaze."