Clark & Fitzwilliams Cycloplane

The Clark & Fitzwilliams Cycloplane of 1910 was built in Buffalo, New York, USA. The pedal-powered Cycloplane (sometimes Cycleplane) was 16 feet long spanning 15 feet, weighing about 55 pounds; with approximately 100 square feet of wing surface. Warping wings, front elevator and rear plane with rudder, were all controlled by levers on the frame. It is claimed that flights of 100 feet with a 119 pound pilot were made.