1951 Six years after the foundation, the company begins an endorsement strategy. Aldo Zuliani is the first racer to be welcomed in the roster.
1951 Winner Aldo Zuliani at the finisihing line of “Coppa città di Vicenza” together with his mechanician and framebuilder Marcello Faggin.
1980 Provimi team from Bologna wins the italian amateur championships on Faggin bicycles built in the paduan workshop.
1980 Belgian Roland Liboton wins his first professional cyclocross World Championship with a Carlos bycicle made in Faggin workshop.
1984 The italian cycling federation chooses Faggin frames for track competitions at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
1985 UC Mirano wins the time trial italian title. Moreover, Gabriele Sella and Patrizio Rampazzo win the Italian track championships, outdoor and indoor. Patrizio Rampazzo, here depicted in trackstand pose, greatly achieved the win straight after a dangerous back surgery.
1988 Gianfranco Contri is time trial world champion in Odense, Denmark.