New On The Extreme Scene

The Extreme Scene Returns to Terrestrial Radio with National Syndication!


Nearly two years since The Extreme Scene left terrestrial radio, America’s first action sports radio talk show is now its first nationally syndicated action sports radio talk show!  Starting this Sunday, May 1st , The Extreme Scene will be heard on over 200 stations nationwide from 11 AM – Noon PT, including 860 AM in the San Francisco Bay Area!

Major Surf Contest Coming to Ocean Beach


While most of the events on the ASP World Tour are featured at fixed world-class surf locations like Lower Trestles, Jeffreys Bay and Pipeline, the Rip Curl Pro Search introduces a different venue for the world's greatest surfers to compete in each year. Over the past six years, the Rip Curl Pro Search has been held at Reunion Island, Mainland Mexico, Chile, Bali, Portugal, and Puerto Rico, where Kelly Slater won his unprecedented 10th ASP World Title. This year, the Rip Curl Pro Search is coming to San Francisco, where from November 1st - 11th the top surfers in the world will be surfing the frigid, churning waters of Ocean Beach.

Barracuda Networks Withdraws Title Sponsorship of Maverick's

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Barracuda Networks, a tech company who also served as the official sponsor of The Jay at Maverick's Big Wave Invitational, announced through a press release that they were withdrawing all sponsorship and support for The Jay at Maverick's Big Wave Invitational.

MotoX Rider Impales Face with Branch

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We haven't shown MotoX love on T.E.S. in a while. Well, here you go. Here's a guy who had a piece of a tree or branch or whatever the f*ck it is impaled in his face. Literally. Warning, the video is pretty graphic. And kind of awesome, if you're into this sort of thing.

Top 5 Surfers to Win the ASP World Tour (Besides Slater)

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Jordy Smith

            This is a pretty brain dead pick only because he is the most exciting surfer on tour and he finished second in the world last year (with a couple shocker results). Jordy is starting to evolve into a perfect contest surfer. With the new criteria changes and his surfing ability and style, its not a question of if with Jordy, but more of a question of when. Jordy has the perfect balance of power with huge hacks on open faces as we have seen at Snapper, Bells, Lowers, and most importantly J-Bay. He also has the amazing arsenal of airs that he can do pretty much anywhere at any time. The one aspect I have seen him need improvement in is the heavier waves on tour being Tahiti and Pipeline. He has been able to hold his own but not become a standout just yet and that may be due to lack of water time in those specific spots but as I stated earlier this is just a matter of when not if. Maybe a little coaching and advice from a fellow South African, Shaun Thompson, could guide him in the right direction as far as Pipeline is concerned. I’m predicting the over-under on wins for Jordy this year at 2. Hopefully we will see him dominate as the hype predicted and take charge of the new generation on tour.

Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Award Nominees Announced


The Billabong XXL Awards reward the craziest and most talented of big wave surfers. Those who have accomplished what was previously considered the impossible. An awards ceremony is held annually at the Grove Theater in Anaheim, California, a raucous affair that rewards cash and accolades to the best of the big wave surfing community. There is usually a minimal amount of controversy that accompanies the awards show due to a correlation between Billabong's sponsorship of the event and winners who are mostly sponsored by Billabong. Regardless, it doesn't take away from marveling at the feats accomplished by some of the best surfers in the world.

An Interview with South African Big Wave Surfer Frank Solomon

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The right of passage to surf in a contest at Maverick's involves years of making appearances at the famed big wave location, proving to your peers that not only can you handle one of the most dangerous waves in the world, but that you have an innate passionate for it. For some big wave surfers, it can take years before any sort of recognition is made, and even then there's a very good chance that the alternate list will evade the prospective surfer. As the popularity of big wave surfing, especially at Maverick's, continues to grow, so to does the challenge of earning a place amongst the competitors at Maverick's.

Sion Milosky Passes Away Surfing Maverick's


Terrible news to report regarding Hawaiian big wave surfer Sion Milosky, who was surfing Maverick's late yesterday. Maverick's surfer Matt Ambrose informed me that Milosky passed away Wednesday evening surfing large conditions at Maverick's, with forecasters calling for set waves measuring in excess of 30 feet.

Kelly Slater Wins Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast

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When Kelly Slater doesn't care, Kelly Slater wins.

If there is ever a constant in professional surfing, one surefire guarantee you can always count on, it's that the greatest surfer ever, Kelly Slater, absolutely dominates the World Tour even more so than he usually does when he has no care in the world for results.

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New Audio Interviews

July 10th, 2011 Part 1 - X Games Discriminates Against the Ladies


Cyrus opens up the show by first congratulating the first winner of our Ask The Elders contest, who received a $50 gift certificate to SF Surf Co. (contest still running), and talking about how the Summer X Games could be discriminating against women.

14:08 minutes (12.94 MB)

July 10th, 2011 Part 2 - Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari

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Oscar nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg and comedian Aziz Ansari, stars of the new movie 30 Minutes or Less, joined Cyrus to talk about how they have achieved great success in their careers, what it's like working with Danny McBride, and whether they consider themselves to be extreme.

11:40 minutes (10.68 MB)

July 10th, 2011 Part 3 - The Industry Snap and Action Sports News


Omar joined Cyrus to present The Industry Snap, a weekly inside look at the action sports industry. The week in action sports news was covered as well, and Cyrus broke down a couple of key reasons why the economy continues to struggle.

17:05 minutes (15.64 MB)

June 26th, 2011 Part 1 - Surf Industry Companies that don't Support Small Businesses


Cyrus opens the show solo by breaking down how certain key companies in the surf industry are sellouts who don't support new small businesses, and reminds people that the Ask The Elders contest is still in full effect.

13:51 minutes (12.67 MB)

June 26th, 2011 Part 2 - 'I Surf' Star Shane Rafferty

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Shane Rafferty AKA MC Nay Nay, who wrote, directed and starred in the popular music video 'I Surf' joined Cyrus to talk about the message behind the song, how long it took for Rafferty to make the video, and what songs are coming up next for the budding surf musician and film producer.

12:32 minutes (11.47 MB)

June 26th, 2011 Part 3 - The Industry Snap and Action Sports News

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Each week that Omar doesn't make the show in-studio, he'll call in with a new weekly segment called The Industry Snap, which features industry news not found anywhere else.  Cyrus and Omar talk about Kelly Slater's appearance on Chelsea Lately, Anastasia Ashley being featured in Playboy Magazine, and BMX star Mike Rooftop Escamilla's new show on Fuel TV.

15:18 minutes (14.01 MB)
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