10 years of Rayne: Graham Buska

In 2003 Graham Buksa, the wizard behind the curtain that is Rayne Longboards, began making boards in Alberta and calling them Rayne. A year later, Graham brought his particular magic to British Columbia and the North Shore and joined the burgeoning group of coastal shredders pioneering downhill skateboarding as we know it today.

10 years later, Rayne Longboards has been recognized as one of the leading innovators in longboarding and speedboarding. Graham's design, collaboration with our professional race team and Rayne manufacturing have produced some of the most innovative, performance oriented, top quality and winningest longboards Worldwide.
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In 2003, Graham Buksa, the wizard behind the curtain that is Rayne Longboards, began making boards in Alberta and calling them Rayne. A year later, Graham brought his particular magic to British Columbia and the North Shore and joined the burgeoning group of coastal shredders pioneering downhill skateboarding as we know it today.

10 years later, Rayne Longboards has been recognised as one of the leading innovators in longboarding and speedboarding. Graham’s design, collaboration with our professional race team and Rayne manufacturing have produced some of the most innovative, performance oriented, top quality and winningest longboards Worldwide.
Pulling back the curtain, something Rayne rarely does, please enjoy a glimpse inside the world of Rayne Longboards and Graham Buksa and prepare yourself for another decade of Better, Best and Different from Rayne Longboards Design and Manufacturing.

Rayne Longboards Design and Manufacturing from Rayne Longboards on Vimeo.

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