Raptor : A Sexy Skateboard Design Inspired by AlfaRomeo

Raptor concept board was born as the result of collaboration between the designer and the Italian car manufacturer AlfaRomeo. The initial instruction was to design a sport accessory that reflects the strong characteristics of a modern lifestyle of “Alfista”. After a thorough research on various extreme sports, Andrea Mangano chose to design a board dedicated for speed-down races. Raptor has been designed with 3 layers structure to increase its strength and balance. The mechanical front and rear arms allow its user to bend without losing balance. This skateboard is painted in red and black colors which are the typical characters of Alfa Romeo brand.

Designer : Andrea Mangano

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

Raptor Skateboard

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DAKOROMAN, Sydney says: July 9, 2011

Andrea Mangano – designer of Raptor/ Alfa Romeo, has the same problems like BMW Street Carver/ by Stephen Augustin/ BMW's Southern California. Using tilting, long swing-arms, Raptor + BMW Street Carver are more prone to break, overloading designs, very high prices, etc. The wheels =not ideal for tilting. Where are the shock absorbers ??? Raptor looks nice at the top/ 3 layers structure??/ massage at the wooden leg, that does not increase balance/ stability.
The only solution to fix all the problems : DAKOROMAN TILTING SYSTEMS, Inventor : Ioan "Dakoroman" OASA, Sydney.
Contact me if you want to save your products – Raptor / BMW Street Carver, many other applications.

Death Race says: July 13, 2011

That was a cool raptor designs, and it's really reflects from Alfa Romeo brand. Thanks for sharing this to us. I like the combinations of the color and the styles.

fred says: October 24, 2011

Totally sweet dewd







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