1936 Hawthorne Duralium Flo-Cycle

The aluminum frame on this Monark built Hawthorne Duralium has a piece of springed steel behind the crank housing, and springed steel rod inside the rear stays allowing the rear of the frame to flex for a softer ride. The Monark branded version of this bike was known as the Flocycle, and had a few differences, most notably the truss rods and head casting.

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Aluminum Monark built Duralium with flexible rear end for cushioned ride. 

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Troxel Tool-Box saddle with rear trap door. 

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Cast aluminum housing for the Stewart Warner Clipper speedometer. 

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