1968 In 1968 Morini effectively confirmed the use of the model of the previous year with only some small structural changes and a more powerful and aggressive motor.
The single down tube double cradle frame remained more or less the same as did the open exhaust exiting on the left side, rear Ceriani absorbers and the front forks by Bonazzi.
1968 was also a very satisfying year which finished with a net victory in the two classes of the Italian Championship, thanks to Signorelli (class 100) and Gritti (class 125).
At the Pellegrino six day event (30th September 5th October) the Italian team composed of Arnaldo Farioli (Gilera 125) Francesco Foresti (Gilera 125), Demetrio Bonini (Morini 125) and Giuseppe Signorelli (Morini 125) won over all the competition and took the Silver Vase.
The great success of the 19 Morinis registered at the start was crowned with the 7 gold medals, 3 silver and 5 bronze.
On this occasion and slightly behind its aggressive rival, Gilera, on some official motorcycles (among which the 175 of Romualdo Consonni) a new gear change was mounted with 5 speeds.
The Morini B team (Bonini, Signorelli and Calligola), were classified first in the industrial teams class.