Rayne longboards create this awesome edit with George Mackenzie skating the Rayne Forge. That's not all though, Rayne also dropped some truth in the message that came along with this video. I wanted to copy it and share it with you guys because it's fking awesome. "There’s something refreshing and cathartic about taking things back to basics; taking a step back so you can appreciate and enjoy the daily struggle and things that have become more complicated than they need to be. In the third and final installment of the Forge edits we see another facet of the board and another facet of a skater that we’re used to seeing bombing hills and getting technical; board and rider alike, there’s more to them than meets the eye. Pushing and cruising, the first and most basic skills we develop on a skateboard, are often overlooked and underappreciated but they are one thing we all share as skaters – that feeling of freedom that standing on a skateboard gives that hooked us all in the beginning. That perfect moment when all that matters is the next 3 seconds, everything blocked from consciousness except for what’s immediately necessary, and the sound of wheels on the pavement – there’s no real way to describe it unless you’ve lived it. George knows what’s up, grab a skate and step back from all the daily b/s and your life will surely be better for it."