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  1. Shocks and Suspension
    The Cane Creek Helm Air 29 fork blends a huge range of adjustability with top-quality execution to deliver a highly capable trail fork. What is it The Cane Creek Helm Air 29 is an 8-way adjustable suspension fork optimized for 130mm to 160mm of travel. Born in the mountains of Western North...
  2. General Discussion
    Cane Creek trunnion mount shocks are here. The North Carolina-based company has announced the release of their DB Air CS and DB Coil CS shocks in trunnion-mount versions. Both Cane Creek trunnion mount shocks include the same four-way independent adjustability and climb-switch technology of...
  3. General Discussion
    Show your 4th of July colors with this limited edition fork from Cane Creek. Apparently red is the in color for suspension makers this season. Back in March, RockShox showed off a host of suspension updates, including a new Lyric enduro fork with bright red lowers. Then in May, Mtbr got a look...
  4. General Discussion
    If you ask any rider what looks classy on a bike, many would respond "titanium tastefully done." The material is light and in the right hands can be made stiff and exceptionally durable. Cane Creek looks to have done just that, releasing a new premium crankset called eeWings. They are crafted...
  5. General Discussion
    Cane Creek HELM boasts independently adjustable positive and negative air chambers (air sprung version only). Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced the release of the highly anticipated 29/27.5+ version of the HELM suspension fork. The HELM 29/27.5+ is available in both air and coil...
  6. General Discussion
    Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced a limited edition colorway for their HELM fork as well as three limited edition colorways for their 110 headset. The limited edition HELM colorway, named the ConRad Edition, comes in the company's signature black and gold and is available in both coil...
  7. General Discussion
    North Carolina's Cane Creek Cycling Components has changed their name to Coil Creek for the month of November to coincide with the release of the HELM Coil 27.5 suspension fork. Coil Creek has a long history of innovation in the area of coil suspension going back to the revolutionary Double...
  8. General Discussion
    To help keep stack height in check, Cane Creek has introduced the new Slam Set ZS head set. The top of this head set is only 2mm higher than the top of the head tube (ZS means Zero Stack). There's also an integrated version called IS. This lateral view shows the low stack height of the Slam...
  9. General Discussion
    The Cane Creek Helm Coil in all its glory. Taking off the cover gives you access to the bolt that you need to unscrew to open the fork leg so you can change the coil or the fork's travel. With a weight of 2250 grams (versus 2050g for the air version) the new Cane Creek Helm Coil fork offers you...
  10. 29er Bikes
    The Deville offers both low and high speed compression and single rebound adjustment. Boss Deville 35 Returns The all-mountain suspension segment is extremely competitive, but French manufacturer BOS has something special with their new Deville 35 fork. Unlike the bladder systems used by...
  11. Shocks and Suspension
    Cane Creek chose to show the internals of their fork first and foremost since that is what they are most proud of. Cane Creek HELM is a significant introduction with seven independent adjustments, robust construction, and a ride quality Cane Creek plush. Cane Creek's engineers worked hard to...
  12. 27.5
    A few weeks back my colleague Saris unveiled her custom alloy trail bike build that you can read about here. Her goal was to strike some semblance of balance between price and performance. Now it's my turn - but I've made no such concessions. My dream build, a Santa Cruz Hightower with dreamy...
  13. General Discussion
    AXLE:"D-Loc" 15mm thru axle system. is unique to Helm The folks at Cane Creek Cycling Components know suspension and they've proven their ability to innovate with the Double Barrel and the DBInline rear shocks. But there's always a calling to offer a front fork to match up performance on a bike...
  14. General Discussion
    Cane Creek has rolled out several new headsets for 2017. Up first are the AER Series headsets and bearings. Cane Creek first introduced the lightweight AER Series in 2009. They used Norglide T composite bearing technology and other gram-reducing design features. The Norglide T bearing technology...
  15. General Discussion
    Cane Creek has announced three new products. We're going to start with the small stuff and work our way into the bigger news just to keep anticipation high. Up first is the new OPT Climb Switch remote. A few years ago, Cane Creek introduced a Climb Switch across their various shock platforms...
  16. Misc Components
    The ELEVENSIX isn't just a work of industrial design art, it's one of the best component upgrades we've ridden this year. Winner: Push ELEVENSIX Cycling is different than most sports in that we have access to the same stuff the pros use. The one difference is that most professionals run...
  17. General Discussion
    The latest innovation in rear suspension from Cane Creek has debuted. Meet the DBcoil [IL] shock and VALT lightweight spring. The streamlined "in line" coil shock is designed specifically for shorter-mid travel bikes. Born of a desire to bridge the performance gap between trail bikes and long...
  18. General Discussion
    Owners of the Cane Creek Double Barrel rear shock have a new set-up tool in the palm of their hands. DIALED, now available for iOS and Android users, is a free mobile application that turns a smart phone into a suspension guru by teaching riders the art of suspension tuning in a quick and simple...
  19. General Discussion
    Cane Creek suspension components have garnered a faithful following in the after-market arena. But most of those buyers tend to be a little more suspension set-up savvy than your average weekend warrior. Now the North Carolina-based company has a product for the non-tweaker-types. The new...
  20. Misc Components
    Big things come in small packages. We've all heard it before, and most commonly when someone gives you a birthday gift the size of a matchbox and you're looking at them with a "WTF is this?" expression on your face. But just because the new Cane Creek DBInline doesn't have a piggyback reservoir...
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