FIRMITAS UTILITAS VENUSTAS

The Roman architect, engineer and author Marcus Vitruvius Pollio asserted that a structure must exhibit the three qualities of firmitas, utilitas, venustas – solid, useful, beautiful.

NO TWO RIDERS THE SAME

Every hand built TESCHNER frame starts the same way, with a conversation. Peter will ask questions to understand your specific strengths, areas for improvement and how you’ll use your bike.

He will talk about the design, the best materials and the pioneering techniques he uses in construction.

Finally, Peter will discuss the finish. Yes, as well as functional, a TESCHNER frame must be beautiful!

FORM FOLLOWS PERFORMANCE

Form follows function is a principle that drove 20th century architecture and industrial design. Eugene Bugatti took this a step further when he stated that “form follows performance”. This is the philosophy behind every TESCHNER frame. To achieve this, Peter has led the industry in the use of 3D printing in frame construction. This is changing the way bikes are designed and crafted.

RACE TUNED GEMOETRY

Peter crafted his first frame in titanium in 1991. Just 4 years later, the Australian Institute of Sport contracted Peter to supply frames for team riders.

What followed were long term relationships with pro teams and riders around the world. Many races were won on TESCHNER frames.

As always, Peter worked closely with each rider to design and build the right frame. Thus the RACE TUNED GEOMETRY tagline was born.

INNOVATION NEVER STOPS

Over the 30 years that Peter built a reputation as a respected frame designer and craftsman, he has remained faithful to the guiding principle that innovation never ceases.

Whilst design can be challenging and time consuming, for Peter it is more satisfying to create rather than compete.

Throughout his career he has been a constant presence and leader resulting in innovation, competition victories and a very satisfied clientele.

With a TESCHNER frame, form follows performance more beautifully than ever before.

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