Moto Morini is an Italian maker of motorcycles. It was founded by Alfonso Morini in Bologna, in 1937.
In 1925 Mario Mazzetti, impressed by Alfonso’s work, asked him to build a single-cylinder 120 cc two-stroke racing bike, making Alfonso the designer, constructor, and racer. They were successful racing, under the MM name, and Alfonso’s finest racing moment came in 1927 when his MM 125 took six world records at Monza, during the Grand Prix of Nations. (These records were not bettered for twenty years.) In 1933 he set a new world speed record for 175 cc motorcycles of 162 km/h.
This lovely 125cc example is presented in wonderful condition with a black seat and is ready to be enjoyed.