Ofmega SpA was an Italian motorbike and bicycle components company producing high quality components in a variety of ranges.
Ofmega was set up by the Perotti family, specifically Mario and Dino Perotti. Dino and Mario started to patent components in the 1960s. They patented their distinctive crossed roller-bearing headset in the US in 1981. Ofmega and P J Bike companies were owned by the Perotti family
They had Groups like Master, Mistral, Mundial, Competizione, Super Competizione, Nuovo Competizione, Strada, Linea, Premier, Gran Premio, Vega, Acero, Motion, Rover, Sierra, Lusso, BMX, Nuovo Mistral, Vantage and CX for the road and Sierra for Mountain Bikes. The carbon mountain bike cranks and the Nuovo Mistral carbon Cranks were the last things that Ofmega published.
Ofmega made or rebranded components for other bicycle brands, such as Bianchi, Colnago, Legnano, Regina and Avocet.