We’ve completed Guillaume’s work order of swapping parts off of his City+County Disc Road bike onto his beautiful, brand-new Field Cycles Disc Road.
Field Cycles pushes the boundaries of a hand-built bicycle.
Field Cycles is a bicycle fabricator out of the beautiful, rocky, arboraceous Sheffield, England. Their focus is on creating well-crafted, well-designed, and well-engineered machines. The arduously achieved end product is a utilitarian, yet very aesthetically pleasing bicycle. These guys have serious meticulousness – every detail is under the microscope at any given step of the manufacturing process… From the inception of the idea ’til the product is in the customer’s hands.
Field’s material of choice is steel. Taking inspiration from the tradition and industrial heritage that lay the groundwork for their city, with culture and the spirituality surrounding their persuasions , Field Cycles is steadfast in believing their products aid in preserving Sheffield’s innovative steel working legacy.
Congratulations to our client, Guillaume, and his incredible new road bike. Full photo set below:
Our newest acquisition onto the Deluxe squad, Dan Spellman, has got a monster of a road bike that he’ll soon be toting at a road crit near you!
We recently slapped a set of Deluxe Carbon Road Wheels (35mm/45mm) on this baby to tie the race machine together.
The F10 is currently the “fastest bike in the world.” The current Hour Record holder with Sir Bradley Wiggins, time trial World Champion with Kiryenka, and winner of Tour de France 2016 with Chris Froome.
Spec list and full photo set below!
Pinarello Dogma F10
Deluxe Carbon Wheelset (35mm/45mm) (20h/24h)
DuraAce 9100 Groupset
Pinarello MOST Al Componentry
Schwalbe Pro One 700×25 Tires
set up tubeless with Silca Tubeless Kit
With the weather finally warming up and nostalgia setting in, Amir built up a flatbar Fixie for commuting, running errands around the shop, and possibly for racing once track season hits.
Levant frames are NJS certified and were built in Osaka, Japan by Masahiro Higashikawa, a reputable frame builder who produced frames for the Shimano Racing Team in the 1980s.
Constructed with Colombus tubing
Sugino Mighty Competition Crankset
Hatta-Swan Deluxe Headset
Salsa fillet-brazed quill stem
Sim-Works by NITTO Mowmow riser bars
Izumi Jet Black chain
EAI Deluxe cog
Mavic mismatched commuter wheels
…and a few other spare parts we found lying around😉
Here at Deluxe, we take pleasure in building sumptuous, extravagant, luxurious, masterful machines for our clients and sometimes, for ourselves.
However, arguably, the best bike in your fleet is one to get you from point A-to-B, traversing all sorts of conditions. One that, with the correct security procedures and best anti-theft gear, you can step away from it and have the peace of mind that your baby is safe and sound among the grimiest of human beings. A bike that won’t break the bank. A machine that, when you feel pent up inside because the weather has you down, you feel okay with leaving the house and getting dirty, despite having the ground covered in salty-icy-nasty muck… just to get you out of the house!
Amir recently built up a bike with that exact mindset. Practical, comfortable, yet still gorgeous. Using a bunch of parts accumulating dust and a few components decommissioned from various race bikes – a Surly Straggler is born. It is currently set up singlespeed, which he will be using first and foremost, as a commuter… but also doubling as a trail ripper and SSCX (when Cyclocross season finally comes around – we’re already counting the days).
P.S. He left it salty for the haters.
Surly Straggler Frame & Fork
Chris King Headset
Easton R90SL Disc Wheelset
SRAM Force Crankset w/ aarn #110 38t Chainring
YBN Ti-Nitride Black 11-spd Chain
16t/17t Wolf Tooth Components Stainless Steel Cogs
GearClamp Single Speed Conversion Kit
Shimano SLX BR-M7000 Hydro Brakes
SRAM Centerline2P 140mm Rotors
Thomson Masterpiece Setback Seatpost
Brooks C17S Saddle (Women’s specific design – so comfortable)
Thomson X4 70mm Stem
Nitto B809AA SSB Handlebar
Soma Shikoro 700×33 Tires
Salsa Nickless Cage Water Bottle Cages
ESI Chunky Grips
If there’s one thing we love about our newest mechanic, Rich, it’s how much he loves shredding. The proof is in the pudding with his Trek Crockett CX bike. Built up with Sram Rival 1x, but with a 22 shifter set, having the front shifter repurposed for a dropper post! The tubeless wheels with 40c tires, and the “aggro” positioning. This bike is simply built to shred all kinds of terrain.
Gearing up for the imminent tundra-like season of “it-is-too-brick-to-leave-my-bed” which NYC usually experiences this magical time of year, shop mechanic, mad scientist, and natural-born shredder, Charly, has freshly built up a Surly Longhaul Trucker 26″. He’s opted to build the Longhaul Trucker with modest parts that are serviceable with ease, and not to mention, won’t break the bank when/if things go awry.
The Longhaul Trucker was a no brainer for Charly. Having to trek an hour from Brooklyn to Uptown every day will take it’s toll on a commuting cyclist without the right gear and accessories. The bike is designed with comfort as it’s priority. The slack geometry, option for voluminous tires, and realness of steel, give the rider a cushy ride. Surly put a lot of development into catering this bike to the commuter/randonneur/touring cyclist, adding generous amounts of eyelets for racks and fenders, even a spare spoke holder on the NDS chainstay!
Amir is our shop manager, but he’s not all business- he’s know how to have some fun and nothing shows that better than his bikes. Here’s his “townie” build, ready for some city ripping. This stiff aluminum Cannondale road racing frame from the 90’s has been updated with a 1x drivetrain, some downhill bars, and a modern Mavic Open Pro wheelset.