What more can be said about Danny MacAskill that hasn't already been gushed about at length? The Scottish wizard is unquestionably the most talented trials rider on earth and his concepts almost always live up to his skill level. In case you need a reminder, however, check out his latest masterclass, Cascadia, which follows Danny on an insane journey across the rooftops of Gran Canaria. Oh, and make sure to stay tuned for the ender, which is bound to catch you completely off guard.

The simple things, man. Grab an inflatable ball, a few friends, and head out to the beach. As these Spanish kids prove, sometimes there doesn't have to be much more to life than fun.

We already introduced you to Manolo Robles's Spanish tech flavors this winter, but we guarantee this new part—filmed entirely on a vinyl cruiser—is unlike anything you've ever seen. There are plenty of brain benders in here (manual triple flip, noseslide nollie big heel out), but don't take our word for it. Check this thing out, like, right now.

The Wavegarden in Northern Spain is widely regarded as the most surfable wavepool in the world. And recently they rigged up some underwater lighting to experiment with some night surfing. The result, as you can see, is quite spectacular.

This is not Disney's Typhoon Lagoon. One of the most challenging things about surfing isn't mastering the skill, it's the lack of consistency in waves. When there's no swell, there just isn't that much you can do. Well, Wavegarden has built a man-made wave pool in the Basque region of Northern Spain that creates perfectly-formed waves (both a left and a right) every minute. The height of the waves is adjustable, so the Wavegarden sets up well for beginners and pros alike. Pro surfers Dane Reynolds, Taj Burrow, and Gabriel Medina recently made the trip to Spain to surf the Wavegarden and had just as much fun as the groms who were surfing the whitewater.

FMX gold medalist Ronnie Renner tours Spain. Ronnie sets off on a tour of Madrid on a loaner Enduro bike checking out the sights, followed by a dinner turned late-night party with his wife's family. It's time to get out of the city! Ronnie heads to Toledo to visit a famous retired bull fighter, Paco Camino, where he takes the opportunity to roost some bulls and hit the amazing local trails. Viva La Espana!

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Gonz, Busenitz and Baxter-Neal say, "Viva España!"
Adidas really has put together a monster of a skate team, with Mark Gonzales, Dennis Busenitz, Silas Baxter-Neal, Rodrigo TX and lots of other heavy hitters. The squad went to Spain and went to work in the streets of Madrid. It's the perfect Friday afternoon clip to get you psyched to go skate this weekend.