Over the years, many great champions have won incredible victories on Masi bikes. From the breathtaking climbs of the Tour de France to the thrilling sprint finishes on the cycling circuit, Masi bikes have proven time and time again that they are among the best racing bikes in the world. Their presence in the hands of champions has made the brand a symbol of performance and excellence.


Antonio  Maspes

Faliero Masi mentored Maspes in his formative years, having identified a unique level of dedication in the teenager that suggested great potential. And Maspes didn’t need much by way of motivation. Having won a bronze medal at the Helsinki Olympic Games in 1952 in the tandem classification, Maspes’ solo performances went from strength to strength. Through the 1950s and ’60s he dominated the international specialist sprint scene, winning no fewer than seven professional world titles.



Fiorenzo  Magni

Fiorenzo Magni was an outstanding Italian racing cyclist who was active in the 1940s and 1950s and is one of the most famous Masi champions. Magni was also known for his exceptional resilience and iron will. In the 1950 Tour de France, he became famous for his bravery as he rode on and finished the race despite a broken collarbone. His victories helped to strengthen the reputation of the Masi brand and consolidate its presence in professional cycling.