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Mondia Super. I never see these (dont want to know value)

Old 01-04-19, 01:54 PM
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Mondia Super. I never see these (dont want to know value)

When I saw this 1978 Mondia Super on ebay , without the centerpull brackets, I jumped on it (I don't like centerpull, personal issue from being teased as a young racer with no money for Campy sidepull)

I remember lots of these from when I was younger. Very fresh in my memory. Now I can't find very much at all about Mondia Super, even with the most powerful resources in the history of mankind at my fingertips. (PS I know it says "Super Mondia", but we always called the ones with chrome lugs "Mondia Supers". I don't know why.)

I paid $200, and I am building it up as a "casual bike". All Campagnolo, maybe even Super Record (see previous personal issue).

What does anyone know about these, besides being Swiss? (soft spot for me). (PS has French BB, *whew*)

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The "Super" is not part of the marque name but rather a model name.

It would be more accurate to say "Mondia Super."

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The Super is awesome. Love the pinstriping and beautiful paint jobs.
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Mondias are underrated in my book, many had very nice lug work and detailing..the super is "SUPER".
I would like a pick of the entire bike, if clean and no dents 200.00 is a good deal IMHO.
It should polish up quite well but be careful with that pinstriping, I would also take a good look at the seat stay.
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1973 Super Mondia Special
I bought this a year or so ago and LOVE it. Almost completely original. I chose to keep the Mafac center pull brakes as they work very well. I run Campy side pull on my other classics and I don't think they stop as quickly. I ride this bike frequently with no problems . Since this photo I have put a set of Campy Superleggerra titanium spindle pedals .
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Delivered a hundred flyers...

A phone message was waiting for me, when I got home (no cell phone then). Bought this a half hour later and it proved to be a very nice bike to ride...
"98% of the bikes I buy are projects".
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I had two of them, beautiful bikes.

'81 Schwinn Super Sport; 1984 Trek 620; 1972 Peugeot PX-10; 1990 Trek 2500 composite; 1998 Bianchi Veloce; 1977 Raleigh Competition GS
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Mine is a most favored ride.
531SL, beautiful paint and pinstriping.
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Originally Posted by marius.suiram View Post
I had two of them, beautiful bikes.

1973 Mondia Special

I'm kinda of envious. I would love to add a Mondia Super to go with my Mondia Special.
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