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Israeli-Dutch production

  • By Nick Legan
  • Published Aug. 31, 2011
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Dutch brand Segal only produces magnesium bicycles, one of very few in the cycling industry using the material. What makes them special is that they not only weld up custom frames but also mine the material and extrude tubes from it in Israel. This assures quality control from start to finish. Frames weigh as little as 1080 grams, cost 1,600 Euros and include custom geometry, paint and decals. Photo: Nick Legan © VeloNews

Dutch brand Segal only produces magnesium bicycles, one of very few in the cycling industry using the material. What makes them special is that they not only weld up custom frames but also mine the material and extrude tubes from it in Israel. This assures quality control from start to finish. Frames weigh as little as 1080 grams, cost 1,600 Euros and include custom geometry, paint and decals. Photo: Nick Legan © VeloNews

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