About us

Monark Cargo, a division of Monark Exercise, is situated in Vansbro, Dalarna. Our Vansbro facility is dedicated to producing cargo and specialized bicycles under the Monark Cargo brand, as well as testing and rehabilitation bikes under the Monark Sports & Medical label. From 2009 to 2022, we had the privilege of overseeing the distribution of Bianchi bikes in Sweden. However, starting from the summer of 2022, Bianchi has taken charge of their own distribution in the Nordic countries. Additionally, our sister company, Monark in Varberg, specializes in manufacturing standard bicycles for the consumer market.


"A bike from Monark Cargo is a work-tool built to last. Monark's bikes are available in a variety of designs; everything from the old postal bike to indoor scooters, tricycles. We are veterans of e-cargo bikes, as early as 1995, we manufactured our first e-cargo bike. "


Monark Cargo has been manufacturing cargo bikes long before the concept cargo bike even existed. We are known to produce products with a long lifespan and great quality. Our bikes are manufactured in Sweden by bike builders who take pride in true craftsmanship, innovation and quality.
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A true swedish product

We can really stand behind "made in Sweden" The frame is produced just 300 meters from our factory, we anti corrosion treats the frame in-house as well as assemble the bike in our factory in Vansbro
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There is a great deal of work going on at present on numerous fronts to develop fossil-free vehicles to fulfill a variety of needs. The CENTRO range, a Last Mile Delivery fleet with the needs of the user in mind. The distribution by bike is going to increase in the future.
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Kroons cykelaffär på allegatan med bror Olsen



It all started with Monark in Varberg 1908 and Kroon in Vansbro 1910. In the 70s Monark bought the Kroon factory and we became a part of Monark. 1996 Monark Exercise AB was born in Vansbro, and today we are a part of Cycleurope, owned by Grimaldi Industries.