1937 Monark Flo-Cycle

All original except for the rear reflector housing and lens. Note the hex shaped handlebar and fork strut tubing. The unique leaf spring behind the bottom bracket allows the rear seat stays of the bike to flex, givng the bike a soft ride. The rear stays of the frame also have spring steal rod inside the aluminum tubing.

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Beautiful Monark Flocycle, made mostly from polished aluminum.

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Steel spring attaches the rear chain stays to the bottom bracket.

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The gooseneck is cast aluminum and doubles as a mount for the Stewart Warner “Clipper” Speedometer.

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Unique “butterfly” stand, a Monark exclusive.

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The Flocycle bicycles all had 24″ wheels.

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Stainless steel rear fender holds a cast aluminum streamline reflector housing.

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