The FB-Mondial motorcycle still excretes a sleek design after first being developed in 1956. This bike was a unique and stylistic model named after Fratelli Boselli, the family that owned its company Mondial. It was also the same bike responsible for Tarquinio Provini wining second place in the 1957 250cc Grand Prix world championship. Alfonso Drusiani designed the engine and the bevel drive for  its twin overhead cams. The company Mondial was a small Milanese firm that stopped creating motorcycles in-house after 1960 and went through several owners. Yet, this bike still stands tall as it rests in the good hands of a bike enthusiast in northern California.

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