2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 By Piaggo

Andrew Roberts

Andrew Roberts

The company’s smallest scrambler motorbike, the Mondial HPS 125 (full name: Hipster 125), comes loaded with posh parts. The HPS 125 has a spectacular appearance, to start with, owing to its distinctive livery choices, scrambler-like styling, and blacked-out 18/17-inch (F/R) spoke wheels. The chrome-finished twin exhaust is my favorite part of this design, and the bike has a throwback vibe.

The modern seat section and integrated tail lamp tie everything together, and the golden USD forks up the ante.  The F.B. Mondial HPS 125 is a new alternative available to young motorcycle riders in Europe. In recent years, bland, unimpressive motorcycles that were created only to serve as steppingstones for users to eventually go onto larger bikes have dominated the entry-level motorbike industry in Europe. As a result, many of them lacked personality or were just dull to ride in and look at.

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125

The bike’s low, flat handlebar, and the bar-end rearview mirrors, which are often found on cafe racers, also give off a slight cafe racer impression. Although it hasn’t always been the case, Italian motorbikes nowadays aren’t significantly quicker or handle any better than those made in other nations. But style is something that motorcycles made in the land of pasta and Valpolicella have in spades.

Even tiny ones; the FB Mondial HPS125 Hipster is an example as is Piaggio’s famous Vespa scooter.

The HPS 125 is outfitted by FB Mondial with high-end equipment like LED lighting, ABS, USD forks, and a large 7-inch TFT instrument cluster to go along with its attractive style.

ABS on both the front and back wheels is a standard feature of the 2022 F.B. Mondial HPS 125. It uses 280mm and 220mm discs, front and back, with a four-piston caliper and a single floating piston arrangement, respectively.

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125: An Entry-Level Naked Motorcycle

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125


Don’t be deterred by the fact that Piaggio manufactures the HPS 125 in China. For solitary work, it’s far more rideable than a scooter and does a better job of dealing with the terrible state of our urban roads. Fit and quality are well up to European standards, and the style is purely Italian. It mostly packs a quart of attitude into a pint pot of motorcycle, though.

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 engine

The bike will be offered in Graystone and Blacknight as its two color options, with a starting MSRP of 4,090 Euros, which is equal to $4,964 USD.

The HPS 125’s engine is a 124cc, single-cylinder Aprilia-sourced unit that complies with Euro 5 standards and generates a good 13 horsepower and 7.7 pound-feet of torque. Although this little powertrain won’t exactly be enjoyable to ride on the road, it should be enjoyable on tight off-road routes.

Engine: ·       DOHC

·       Stroke: 4

·       Valves: 4

·       Cylinder: 1

Bore*Stroke: 58mm*47mm/ 2.28*1.87inches
Displacement: 124cc
Compression-Ratio: 12/1
Cooling type: Liquid
Lubrication: Wet sump
Intake-system: EFI
Fuel-tank capacity: 9.5 Liter
Transmission: 6-speed

Speaking of trails, the noticeable lower fairing, and knobby tires will protect crucial parts from damage and keep you from losing traction when you’re out riding them.

Suspension, Brakes, Wheels

Front-suspension: 97mm/3.81 inches, USD fork:40mm
Rare-suspension: 120mm/4.7inches, double shock absorber
Front-brake: 280mm/11inches, ABS/CBS, 4-Pistion
Rare-brake: 220mm/8.67inches, ABS/CBS, 1-Piston
Front-tire: 2.15*18”

110: 90*18

Rare-tire: 3.50*17”

130: 80*17”

Weight (running order): 133kg/293pounds

 What Are The Unique Features Of The 2022 HPS 125?

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 front

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 back

  • unique style! The lateral exhaust evolved and became a design signature for F.B. Mondial.
  • Mirrors may be adjusted in two different locations for usage in urban and rural areas.
  • Retro styling is completed with a high-performance braking system with a 4-piston radial caliper, an upside-down 40mm fork, and spoke wheels.
  • To centralize the weights and reduce the center of gravity to enable a swift ride, the “dragon boat” has a central body of exhaust system.

What Is The Seat Height Of Mondial HPS 125?

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 the seat

The Seat Height Of Mondial HPS125 Is 850mm.

The rider will be able to “live the dream,” riding a vintage motorbike while taking advantage of the safety and dependability provided by current technology, thanks to their careful attention to aesthetic nuances and in-depth studies of the seat position.

The 125cc DOHC liquid-cooled engine with electronic injection and the iconic lines of F.B. Mondial are perfectly combined in the HPS 125’s design.

Dimensions Of 2022 HPS 125

Length: 2025mm/4520inches
Width: 710mm/1565inches
Height: 1050mm/2315inches
Seating capacity: 2
Ground clearance: 145mm/320inches
Seat height: 850mm/1894inches
Wheelbase: 1360mm/2998inches

 What Is The Top Speed Of FB Mondial HPS 125?

Top Speed of HPS125 is 75 mph / 121 km/h.

What Is The Price Of FB Mondial HPS 125? $4, 964

What Is The Color Available For 2022 FB Mondial HPS 125?

  • Titanium Icon Stripes
  • White Red Stripes
  • Black Gold Stripes
  • Titanium Yellow Stripes
  • Grey Black Stripes

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 Titanium Icon Stripes

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 black

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 black yellow

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 white red

2022 FB Mondial HPS 125 sliver yellow

New R&D Facility For Piaggio Group In Foshan, China

New R&D facility for Piaggio Group in Foshan, China

In order to perform research in cutting-edge technical innovation at the service of all of the Piaggio Group’s businesses in Asia, the company has built a new research and development center in the People’s Republic of China.

Roberto Colaninno, the chairman and CEO of the Piaggio Group, shared the information with Li Yiwei, the mayor of Foshan, as well as Li Zifu, the deputy mayor, and Li Jian, the director of the Foshan Economy and Trade Bureau, today in Foshan, China. Paolo Miraglia del Giudice, the Italian consul general in Canton, also attended the conference and was a significant contributor to improving ties with the local institutions. A delegation from the Piaggio Group management, which included, among others, Piaggio Director and Immsi CEO Michele Colaninno, attended the meeting as well.

Foshan, a seven-million-strong industrial metropolis in Guangdong province, is home to the Piaggio Zongshen Foshan Motorcycle Co. Ltd., a joint venture owned by the Piaggio Group, the Zongshen Group, one of China’s largest manufacturers of motorcycles and motorcycle engines, and the Municipality of Foshan, at 10%.

The new Piaggio research and development center in Foshan will focus on compact commercial vehicles with negligible to no environmental effect, diesel engines, and electric engines. A new R&D center for the Group will be built in China, and it will employ roughly 50 engineers to build laboratories with cutting-edge equipment. To assist the Piaggio Group’s global buying initiatives, the Centre will also engage in the fields of component scouting and qualitative assessment.


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