Ben’s Field Cycles Commuter

Ben's Field Cycles Commuter

The 101st Tour de France rolls towards its regular rendezvous with the Champs-Élysées tomorrow, which feels like a very short three weeks since I was cheering the sprinters along the Harrogate high street. Yorkshire was a colourful county that weekend and local builders Field Cycles are intent on keeping it that way. This single speed commuter is one of their most recent frames.

Ben is the owner of this new Field, who’ll use it to battle with London traffic on his commute, and again for winter training. It should prove to be a reliable steed, with a nonsense-free drivetrain, colour-matched fenders and disc brakes. Field’s in-house design and paint shop applied their magic to the custom stem, Whisky Parts Co handlebars and fork, and the Ritchey seatpost topper.

See more on the spellbinding Field Cycles gallery.

Ben's Field Cycles Commuter
Ben's Field Cycles Commuter
Ben's Field Cycles Commuter
Ben's Field Cycles Commuter
Ben's Field Cycles Commuter
Ben's Field Cycles Commuter

  • mr. apodaca APODACA

    Who’s the maker of those fenders? Very stealth.

    • recurrecur

      very good question

    • Gavin Buxton

      They Look like Velo Orange ‘Guards that have been painted.

  • mr. apodaca APODACA

    I was thinking the same thing Gavin. I’m looking for low key fenders for my murdered out surly straggler commuter anybody have and suggestions?

  • Tyler McCulloch

    A commuter without rack mounts on at least the rear?