This Week on FUEL TV

This week on The Daily Habit:

An FMX O.G. who’s been in the game from day one, still holding it down with the notorious Metal Mulisha, Ronnie Faisst hits the Habit. Plus, Toronto’s mod-punk quartet Tokyo Police Club crank the amps and dare you to remain seated. And, find out why Ronnie and the Mulisha prefer turf over surf when Brian Deegan jumps the shark. Ronnie’s sponsors include: Metal Mulisha, DVS Shoes, FMF Racing, Electric, Rockstar Energy Drink and Boost Mobile.

Big personalities known for their solid and technical riding, Erik Ellington and Braydon Szafranski are here. Plus, musical guest indie rockers “Foreign Born hit the Daily Habit stage. Also, Sven Barth and the Emerica team go to San Francisco to get “Wild in the Streets with a couple hundred kids. Also, pro skater, Johnny Romano stops by the studio. Erik’s sponsors include: Krew Apparel, Brigada Eyewear, Supra Footwear, Baker Skateboards, Thunder Trucks, Spitfire Wheels, Active and Mob Grip. Braydon’s sponsors include: Active, Independent Trucks, Hubba Wheels, Brooklyn Projects, and Zenetti Wheels. Johnny’s sponsors include REAL and ADIO.

Emerging as one of the top riders on the East Coast and beyond, a powerful surfer from New Smyrna Beach, FL, Devon Tresher is here. Also, chosen out of hundreds for Togo’s Surfboard Art Tour, Meegan Feori, Seth Thompson and Brian Frabasilio show us their winning board art. Plus, Jordan Morris goes to the premiere of “Nancy Drew to see if the on-screen crime solvers can detect what our correspondent is up to. Devon’s sponsors include: Lost Enterprises, Sanuk Sandals, On A Mission and Xcel Wetsuits.

Skater and Stereo co-owner Chris Pastras steps in as guest-host for today’s show. Chris interviews one of street skating’s smoothest operators, a featured rider in numerous films, magazines, videogames and the first skater to have his name on a pair of Nikes, the one-and-only Paul Rodriguez is back. Plus, the phenomenon from Birmingham, England: musical guest Editors hit The Daily Habit stage. Also, Sven Barth heads to Hollywood for the unveiling of P-Rod’s new Mountain Dew bottle. Paul’s sponsors include: Nike SB, Active, Plan B, Mountain Dew, Silver Trucks, Incase, Zenetti, Diamond Supply Co. and FKD Bearings.

Today, guest-host Chris Pastras sits down with the “Cowboy,” Kenny Bartram. He’s won nearly every piece of FMX hardware and is now applying his winning ways to rally car racing. And, the most recent Peruvian ripper to hit the scene, the fearless, stylish and ever-charging Gabriel Villaran makes some time for us. Plus, the moment we’ve all been waiting for, our own Jordan Morris meets Harry Potter. Kenny’s sponsors include: Alpinestars, Vans, Kicker, BF Goodrich Tires and Smith Optics. Gabriel’s sponsors include: DC Shoes, Oakley, Quiksilver, Klimax Surfboards, Red Bull, Motorola and Dakine.

This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile, we bring you complete highlights from the Fosters ASP WCT at Jeffery’s Bay–the Billabong Pro J-Bay. Taj Burrow and Kelly Slater go head-to-head in the finals resulting in Burrow’s victory over defending world champion Slater. Mick Fanning and Dean Morrison shared equal thirds.

The 10th anniversary of the Surfers Hall of Fame took place at Huntington Beach. The 2007 class included 42-year-old Martin Potter, Sophia Mulanovich and Bruce Irons. Also, Al Merrick was induced as one of the top surfboard shapers.

At the Honda US Open of Suring presented by O’Neill at Huntington Beach, CJ Hobgood managed to hold on to the lead and beats Jeremy Flores. Dustin Cuizon and Jean Da Silva share equal thirds.. In the women’s competition, Stephanie Gilmore takes first place with Karina Petroni following in second and Sally Fitzgibbons and Courtney Conlogue in equal thirds. Lastly, Colin McPhillips takes first in the longboard division.

In skate news, Omar Hassan took first in the Honda Soul Bowl, with Benji Galloway in second, and Bruno Passos third.

In BMX , X Games gold medalists Chad Kagy wins the Honda Soul Bowl. Simon Tabron takes second and Jimmy Walker was third.

In FMX, the best riders’ opened the throttle for the air show in the Honda Soul Bowl FMX Demo.

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