Mondia was perhaps the most successful Swiss maker in competition and commercially. Mondia bicycles began production in 1933 by Jeker-Häfeli & Cie, As early as 1936, there was a winning rider on a Mondia racing team in the Tour of Switzerland. Mondia ceased production in 2003.

Updated 11.29.2022

Mondia Production details by Robert Broderick Here

Serial number REGISTRY

Marko Mircic's Mondia #21066

Eric LoPresti's model MO5 "Armee" bike #239236

Laura Housel Dolard's full chrome serial #23902 (1960s?)

Walter Bellotti's #90773 from the 1960s in original paint finish.

E. Pidgeon's Mondia Special #152430

Scott Davis' #156324

Doug Brook's 1972 # 157714

Tom Hayes' 1982 Mondia Super

First spotted at the 1999 Denver VeloSwap. Then it's eventual owner sent us these pics of it all built up!

Lou Davila's Mondia Special

John D's restored Super

Steve Bailey's Mondia 'Juvela' #163475

Tom McCarty's early 1970s Special #170578

"Special" #173538

Pictures courtesy Calvert Guthrie

Walter Bellotti's Mondia Super Special #176664

Randy Richert's #174740

Mark Corriston's Super #291078

Jeff Tyler's Super Mondia #300203

Rich Barbera's Super # 338201

Eric Elman's NOS frameset, serial #338233

Tim Balderson's Super #356262

Jon Kofal's Super #385870

Irene Menzi's #404032 w/Reynolds 501 tubing