Infinite Combo Longboard

The Downhill Machine isn’t your conventional longboard. With the adjustability of a race car packed into a skate, the DM was made for speed. Each of the deck-mounted aerospace grade aluminum trucks can be fine-tuned independently so adjusting the width, angle, wheelbase, ground clearance, lift, and downforce are all possible without the need for multiple decks, trucks, and risers of conventional skates. Whether the user chooses to ride a drop deck, top mount, drop trough, or evo setup,  one thing is sure- they’ll be riding a mean downhill machine.

Specs:

Truck width: 190 – 215

Ground clearance: 20-90mm

Truck angle: 0 – 90 degrees

Deck: 800 x 255 mm – birch & airex core, vacuum laminated with carbon fiber & epoxy resin

Longitudinal flex: very little

Torsional flex: none

Wheelbase: variable

Designer: Nuno Pereira for Powa

37 Comments

  • adeeb says:

    is it fot sale yet ?

  • GiMo says:

    I don't think it's such a good idea to mix carbon fibres and metals… (galvanic corrosion anyone?)

    • Mike Barnard says:

      Excellent point. Catastrophic failure of your front truck mount at speed would be… unpleasant. It isn't thin-skin aluminum tubing as is found on airframes and bicycles, so it would be interesting to know the extent to which it degraded over what period of time.

      (I do think the board itself is dead sexy.)

      Cheers,
      Mike

      • Nuno Pereira says:

        Yes its a good idea to mix carbon fibre with metals, you see it all the time in several aplications. motogp, f1, road cars, road bikes, bycicles etc etc In fact, when you need precision in a carbon fibre part you add a metal insert. No issues on galvanic corrosion.

  • Jason Wang says:

    Oh my gosh yes! This is so awesome!

  • ghislain berthelot says:

    is it available for purchase, if so where and how much please?!! thanks.

  • brent says:

    i want these trucks itd be an intresting concept i want to tr free riding them

  • brent says:

    i want these trucks itd be an intresting concept i want to tr free riding them

  • Nuno Pereira says:

    Yes its a good idea to mix carbon fibre with metals, you see it all the time in several aplications. motogp, f1, road cars, road bikes, bycicles etc etc In fact, when you need precision in a carbon fibre part you add a metal insert. No issues on galvanic corrosion.

  • Vincenzo Amedeo Piccolo says:

    I'm an aspiring engineer an was wondering if i have your permission to recreate this design as a class project if so could you provide any tips as far as if i need to make or purchase custom parts and variable materials or if you wish to sell the board

  • Vincenzo Amedeo Piccolo says:

    I'm an aspiring engineer an was wondering if i have your permission to recreate this design as a class project if so could you provide any tips as far as if i need to make or purchase custom parts and variable materials or if you wish to sell the board

  • Jared says:

    is it available for purchase, if so where and how much please?!! thanks

  • ian says:

    i am an avid long-boarder and i love the design i think its a great idea and should be put into production.

  • jeremy says:

    is this board ever going to be avalible to the public if so when where and how can i get 1 let me know anyone ok thanks

  • flacka says:

    when will it come out

  • Jordy says:

    uumm i clicked on your link and i cant figure out how to see the price or to buy it

  • Jb says:

    Is it for sale and where can I buy it

  • Jb says:

    Is it for sale and where can I buy it?

  • Gaetano Basile says:

    I want it’s board so bad is it for sale?

  • Da-oista says:

    So what is the actual board made of? Metal?

  • Da-oista says:

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  • Jackson says:

    How much is it

  • Eric says:

    If you use titanium or corrosion resistant steel, you should have no issue.

    Alternatively, you could use a layer or two of fiberglass on top of the carbon as a barrier. No big deal really.

  • james says:

    but see as long as there are no dissimilar metals coming in contact with each other and as long as there is no electrolyte to cause a reaction youre fine because carbon isnt a metal but a non metal so it cant cause a heavy reaction but it can cause somewhat of one considering it could be a carbon anode and the metal parts can work as the diode and lets say you just happen to spill an electrolyte lets say lemon juice on the setup but because of the fact that all the carbon fibre parts are saturated with resin before being cured there is probably no contact with the actual carbon but with a resin film thats over it

  • Dylan says:

    Its awesome longboard that you describe it with so many images i like this very much for its look and features are great.

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  • Helen says:

    have longboard for girls?

  • Joppe says:

    And how about the price of the downhill machine??

  • longboards says:

    Sweet set-up!

  • longboarder says:

    Thank you for combo.

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