"The capital city of Queensland - Brisbane - is a hotbed of Australian framebuilding. A long chapter of Australia's cycling history stems from the city's sub-tropical climes, and there's a new generation intent on keeping the flame burning, like Brad Marshall.

Brad is an industrial designer whose work we've already seen on Cycle EXIF: his 'Loose Goose' funny bike caused a stir here nearly two years ago. He's since followed his job to New York, where he's been living for a year, but here's something he prepared beforehand.

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many."

Full article on Cycle EXIF

"The capital city of Queensland - Brisbane - is a hotbed of Australian framebuilding. A long chapter of Australia's cycling history stems from the city's sub-tropical climes, and there's a new generation intent on keeping the flame burning, like Brad Marshall.

Brad is an industrial designer whose work we've already seen on Cycle EXIF: his 'Loose Goose' funny bike caused a stir here nearly two years ago. He's since followed his job to New York, where he's been living for a year, but here's something he prepared beforehand.

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many."

Full article on Cycle EXIF

"The capital city of Queensland - Brisbane - is a hotbed of Australian framebuilding. A long chapter of Australia's cycling history stems from the city's sub-tropical climes, and there's a new generation intent on keeping the flame burning, like Brad Marshall.

Brad is an industrial designer whose work we've already seen on Cycle EXIF: his 'Loose Goose' funny bike caused a stir here nearly two years ago. He's since followed his job to New York, where he's been living for a year, but here's something he prepared beforehand.

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many."

Full article on Cycle EXIF

"The capital city of Queensland - Brisbane - is a hotbed of Australian framebuilding. A long chapter of Australia's cycling history stems from the city's sub-tropical climes, and there's a new generation intent on keeping the flame burning, like Brad Marshall.

Brad is an industrial designer whose work we've already seen on Cycle EXIF: his 'Loose Goose' funny bike caused a stir here nearly two years ago. He's since followed his job to New York, where he's been living for a year, but here's something he prepared beforehand.

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many."

Full article on Cycle EXIF

ONPOINT

ONPOINT

ONPOINT

ONPOINT

BICYCLE DESIGN

BICYCLE DESIGN

BICYCLE DESIGN

BICYCLE DESIGN

The PT1 was born out of an addiction to tinkering on bike frames, spending endless hours with a torch, mouse (CAD), saw, welder or spray gun in hand. Starting from the drawing board, the PT1 was a logical progression that allowed me to control almost every detail.

I created a parametric CAD model that could be driven by a design table, aggregating a rider’s anthropometric data, and adjusted to yield specific handling characteristics. Integrating butt dimensions allowed me to tune the balance of weight and strength for each individual tube and joint.

This design approach also allowed for custom frame hardware which matched the exacting frame geometry. The PT1 features laser cut track ends and faces, laser cut + etched name plate, and a CNC machined internally binding seat mast topper; all of which were manufactured using outputs from the CAD model.

Featured on Cycle EXIF

Professional photography by Matt Leasegang

The PT1 was born out of an addiction to tinkering on bike frames, spending endless hours with a torch, mouse (CAD), saw, welder or spray gun in hand. Starting from the drawing board, the PT1 was a logical progression that allowed me to control almost every detail.

I created a parametric CAD model that could be driven by a design table, aggregating a rider’s anthropometric data, and adjusted to yield specific handling characteristics. Integrating butt dimensions allowed me to tune the balance of weight and strength for each individual tube and joint.

This design approach also allowed for custom frame hardware which matched the exacting frame geometry. The PT1 features laser cut track ends and faces, laser cut + etched name plate, and a CNC machined internally binding seat mast topper; all of which were manufactured using outputs from the CAD model.

Featured on Cycle EXIF

Professional photography by Matt Leasegang

The PT1 was born out of an addiction to tinkering on bike frames, spending endless hours with a torch, mouse (CAD), saw, welder or spray gun in hand. Starting from the drawing board, the PT1 was a logical progression that allowed me to control almost every detail.

I created a parametric CAD model that could be driven by a design table, aggregating a rider’s anthropometric data, and adjusted to yield specific handling characteristics. Integrating butt dimensions allowed me to tune the balance of weight and strength for each individual tube and joint.

This design approach also allowed for custom frame hardware which matched the exacting frame geometry. The PT1 features laser cut track ends and faces, laser cut + etched name plate, and a CNC machined internally binding seat mast topper; all of which were manufactured using outputs from the CAD model.

Featured on Cycle EXIF

Professional photography by Matt Leasegang

The PT1 was born out of an addiction to tinkering on bike frames, spending endless hours with a torch, mouse (CAD), saw, welder or spray gun in hand. Starting from the drawing board, the PT1 was a logical progression that allowed me to control almost every detail.

I created a parametric CAD model that could be driven by a design table, aggregating a rider’s anthropometric data, and adjusted to yield specific handling characteristics. Integrating butt dimensions allowed me to tune the balance of weight and strength for each individual tube and joint.

This design approach also allowed for custom frame hardware which matched the exacting frame geometry. The PT1 features laser cut track ends and faces, laser cut + etched name plate, and a CNC machined internally binding seat mast topper; all of which were manufactured using outputs from the CAD model.

Featured on Cycle EXIF

Professional photography by MattL

SELF PRODUCED

SKILLS + PROCESSES

SELF PRODUCED

SKILLS + PROCESSES

SELF PRODUCED

SKILLS + PROCESSES

SELF PRODUCED

SKILLS + PROCESSES

SELF PRODUCED

SKILLS + PROCESSES

CAD  (Solidworks)- laser cutting- CNC plasma cutting- CNC milling- anodizing- metal fabrication- brazing- finishing and painting (automotive refinishing process)- love

CAD  (Solidworks)- laser cutting- CNC plasma cutting- CNC milling- anodizing- metal fabrication- brazing- finishing and painting (automotive refinishing process)- love

CAD  (Solidworks)- laser cutting- CNC plasma cutting- CNC milling- anodizing- metal fabrication- brazing- finishing and painting (automotive refinishing process)- love

CAD  (Solidworks)- laser cutting- CNC plasma cutting- CNC milling- anodizing- metal fabrication- brazing- finishing and painting (automotive refinishing process)- love

CAD  (Solidworks)- laser cutting- CNC plasma cutting- CNC milling- anodizing- metal fabrication- brazing- finishing and painting (automotive refinishing process)- love

- FINAL BUILD -

- FINAL BUILD -

- FINAL BUILD -

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"

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many.

— Cycle EXIF

"

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many.

— Cycle EXIF

"

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many.

— Cycle EXIF

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many.

— Cycle EXIF

"

This one is called ONPOINT PT1001; signifying, hopefully, the first of many.

— Cycle EXIF

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PT1001-054

 "

The design process spawned another product, an internally binding seat mast topper. My design yields one of the cleanest height adjustable integrations available.

— Brad

 "

The design process spawned another product, an internally binding seat mast topper. My design yields one of the cleanest height adjustable integrations available.

— Brad

 "

The design process spawned another product, an internally binding seat mast topper. My design yields one of the cleanest height adjustable integrations available.

— Brad

The design process spawned another product, an internally binding seat mast topper.

— Brad

 "

The design process spawned another product, an internally binding seat mast topper. My design yields one of the cleanest height adjustable integrations available.

— Brad

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- FINISHING -

- FINISHING -

- FINISHING -

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- PROCESS -

- PROCESS -

- PROCESS -

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Reach out!

Reach out!