Mechanical Engineering: Concept Bike Design Course Series

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What we learn from bike design

Computer Aided Design (CAD) is an essential tool for engineers and designers to model, test, and share their ideas before production. In this course series, we apply knowledge in design and engineering with CAD to explore the bike design process. This four-course series starts with an introduction to CAD using Fusion 360 CAD/CAM software in which we develop CAD skills modeling bike parts and assemblies. 

This course is ideal for mechanical engineering students, designers, and bike enthusiasts interested in developing their job skills for machine design, automotive, and consumer product industries. Let’s get started.


Create complex mechanical assemblies with motion.


Develop advanced geometry using freeform modeling techniques.


Detail advanced designs to prepare for manufacturing.


Understand the assembly of components while modeling them digitally.

How can I apply these skills?

Career and technical education programs across the United States equip students with marketable 2D and 3D design skills by teaching them to use state-of-the-art Autodesk® design software. Autodesk Certified User certification confirms students have the skills necessary to continue their design and engineering careers--whether they attend college, enter the workforce, or work toward additional levels of industry certification after graduation.