1972 FB Mondial 125 RCE


The inaugural GP World Championships took place in 1949 and FB Mondial absolutely dominated the 125 class with riders Nello Pagani, Bruno Ruffo and Carlo Ubbiali winning back-to-back-to-back championships. The company went on to take ten World, 15 French and 50 Italian Championships along with many other successes both on and off road.

The last Mondial-powered machine left the factory in 1960, but the firm continued to produce on and off-road machines powered by small capacity 2-stroke motors from proprietary makers. The 125 RCE of 1972 was the first specifically-built Mondial motocrosser, but without an official works team at the time it was successfully raced by privateer

riders. Mondial’s final competition successes came in 1976/77 with production ending soon after.

The 125 RCE offered here is powered by a 23hp 122cc Sachs 2-stroke single with a 5-speed gearbox. The bike is in very good and correct condition and comes to sale with Italian papers.

Sold For £2,250

Auction MCN London Motorcycle Show February 2017
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lot details

Lot Number 267
Registration Number EU Taxes Paid
Chassis Number 929
Year 1972
Make FB Mondial
Model 125 RCE

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