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  1. Faliero Masi Speciale Corsa Road Bicycle 1950s
    Faliero Masi Speciale Corsa Ro.. Faliero Masi Speciale Corsa Road Bicycle 1950s
    57 cm
    Refurbished frame. Very rare. Campagnolo.. Refurbished frame. Very rare. Campagnolo Gran Sport, Magistroni.
    €5,999.00
  2. Faliero Masi Special Classic Road Bicycle 1960s
    Faliero Masi Special Classic R.. Faliero Masi Special Classic Road Bicycle 1960s
    54 cm
    Early Record groupset. Universal, Nisi, .. Early Record groupset. Universal, Nisi, Brooks. Refurbished frame. Rare.
    €3,699.00
  3. Masi 3V Volumetrica Road Bike 1980s
    Masi 3V Volumetrica Road Bike .. Masi 3V Volumetrica Road Bike 1980s
    57 cm
    Oversized tubing. Internal lugs. Campagn.. Oversized tubing. Internal lugs. Campagnolo Super Record.
    Sold
  4. Somec Pro Max Top Class Bicycle 1990s
    Somec Pro Max Top Class Bicycl.. Somec Pro Max Top Class Bicycle 1990s
    59 cm
    Columbus MAX. Campagnolo Record. Shamal .. Columbus MAX. Campagnolo Record. Shamal wheels.
    €2,299.00
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Short info about Somec

Somec Logo

  • Country: Italy
  • Founder: Oliviero Gallegati
  • Foundation Year: 1973
  • Website: www.somec.com

Information about Somec

Somec ist ein italienischer Fahrradhersteller. Das Unternehmen wurde 1973 von Oliviero Gallegati in Lugo, einer Kleinstadt in der italienischen Region Emilia Romagna gegründet, als er entschied eine einzigartige Auswahl an Fahrrädern zu produzieren. Somec Fahrräder wurden nur initialisiert an Radfahrer verkauft. Die Firma wuchs stetig und auch die Nachfrage weltweit, dank der Auftritte bei vielen Fahrradmessen.

Aktuell produziert Somec Carbon-, Titanium- und Stahlrahmen, genauso Mountainbikes, Fahrradbekleidung und Accessoires.


A History of Masi

Masi, or Masi cicli, was founded by Faliero Masi in 1949. Faliero Masi had been a professional cyclist since the 1930s and throughout his competitive career he had accumulated an array of knowledge about steel bicycles and their properties as racing machines.

 

Faliero had his own way of fitting racing bikes to their riders, becoming known as 'the tailor'. He built bikes for both Jacques Anquetil and Fausto Coppi, but as the popularity of the Masi brand grew, many professional racers had already signed contracts with other companies. This, unfortunately, meant that Masi bicycles were not in as much demand as Faliero had initially hoped for.