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125 Bialbero GP 1951
125 Sport Lusso 1954
125 TV Sport 1956
125 Turismo 1955
125 - 250 1966-
175 Sperimentale 1957
175 Sprint 1959
200 Super Sport GP 1960

250 Bialbero GP

1957
Hipster Prototype  
Hipster 125  
Hipster 250  
Piega 1000 2003
Piega 1000 Evo 2004
Piega 1000 Garbonio 2004
Piega 1000 Ziletti S.E. 2005

RZ Nuda

2004

RZ Star Fighter

2004

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Fratelli Boselli) was a motorcycle manufacturer from Milan, Italy between 1948 and 1979, known for its Grand Prix motorcycle racing successes during the 1950s. Prior to World War II, it manufactured delivery tricycles. The firm produced some of the most advanced and successful Grand Prix road racers of the time, winning 5 World Championships.

Mondial was established by Count Giuseppe Bosselli in Milan who recognised the need for economical transport to assist Italy in recovering from the ravages of the Second World War. In common with Count Domenico Agusta he realised that the best and quickest way of establishing his new enterprise in the minds of potential buyers was through competition, consequently the first machine to appear bearing the soon to be famous FB Mondial tank badge was a twin cam 125cc racing motorcycle. Campaigned during 1948 with considerable success the new machine went on to win the 1949 125cc World Championship.

 

After the 1957 Grand Prix season, the major Italian motorcycle manufacturers including Gilera, Moto Guzzi, MV Agusta and Mondial announced that they would pull out of Grand Prix competition citing increasing costs and diminishing sales (MV Agusta later reconsidered and continued racing).Mondial had prepared a bike with desmodromic valve actuation (before Ducati) but did not produce it.

The company introduced their first production roadsters in 1950, utilising 125cc pushrod engines displaying features inherited from the GP machine in their design and establishing a pattern that would see subsequent production machines benefiting from the firms success on the track.

The M˛ndial Name is Reborn

The Mondial marque was resurrected in 1999, when newspaper printing and lithography magnate Roberto Ziletti, of Lastra Group SpA, purchased the trademark and manufacturing rights from Count Giuseppe Boselli's heirs.

Mondial 160 Sogno 1955

Mondial 175 Turismo Veloce 1955

Mondial 160 Turismo Lusso 1952

Mondial Mogiba