Mondia bicycles were manufactured by Jeker-Häfeli & Cie, which started production in 1933.
In 1936, Jeker-Häfeli sponsored a Mondia racing team for the Tour of Switzerland race. The winner that year was a Mondia rider.
Mondia frames from 1960's - 1980's were known for their "wild" multi-color paint jobs. Mondia bicycles were easily recognized by a distinctive fade paint scheme which gradually blended color onto the chrome ends of the front fork and stays.
The headbadge had "Super Mondia" stamped over a stylized sunburst array
Mondia went out of production in 2003. Bicycle manufacturer Mondia Fahrrad AG. a Swiss company, is not related to the original Mondia.