Cane Creek Culture

Finding Charlie

November 20 2017 | Luke Bukoski

Meet Eoghan

Sometimes life can get a little, let’s say, repetitive when you’re a shock coil.

Sure, your job is pretty sweet. You spend your days keeping shredders, huckers and bros from major bodily harm while sailing through the air and cruising down the most spectacular terrain on the planet.  You get that not every spring in the world has such a great job.  I mean, I’m pretty sure there are springs in toilets.

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Find Charlie and Win

November 07 2017 | #SlamCanderson

Find Charlie and Win a one-of-a-kind HELM Coil 27.5

For the next week, Charlie the Coil is going on a holiday and you have to find him. If you do, you’ll win a one of a kind Chartreuse HELM Coil 27.5 !

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There is more than one way to ride a bike

June 08 2017 | Colin R.

There is more than one way to ride a bike

The variety in cycling is what makes it so special, and I’m lucky enough to have a back yard that offers just that.  I can ride the road on the majestic Blue Ridge Parkway one day, then ride technical single-track in Pisgah the next, and have a completely different experience.  It’s a good problem when you wake up in the morning and can’t decide where to ride.  

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Cane Creek USA attends the 2017 Sea Otter Classic

May 08 2017 | Andrew S.

Cane Creek USA attends the 2017 Sea Otter Classic

We worked as a team, had the chance to talk with fellow riders, and even got out to rip up the trails ourselves.  The honest, face-to-face, real world connections we made with people whom are excited about cycling are so valuable to us as a small component manufacturer.  Because when it comes down to it, the group of individuals at Cane Creek Cycling Components truly care about what they do everyday.  

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Full Circle: My First Month at Cane Creek USA

April 12 2017 | Luke Bukoski

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Sometime around 1990, when I was 12 or 13 years old, I walked into Liberty Bicycles in Arden, North Carolina with my dad. I don’t remember exactly why we were there (or maybe how I talked him into taking me there) but I know it wasn’t with any intention of buying me a new bike.

I already had a bike and my parents were not the type of people who believed their kids needed new things for the sake of having them (a lesson for which I’m eternally grateful). What they didn’t understand was that the bike I had - a bright red Sears special they had gotten me four or five years before - was not suited for what I wanted to do with it.

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Performance & Reliability Redefined: DB Air [IL]

January 10 2017 | Andrew S.

Performance & Reliability Redefined: DB Air [IL]

FLETCHER, N.C. – January 10th, 2017. Cane Creek Cycling Components is very proud to introduce the newest product to the Double Barrel family, the DB AIR [IL]. Three years in the making, the DB AIR [IL] is the next evolution of the most advanced inline shock. 

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eeBrakes in Production!

October 12 2016 | Holly Colson

eeBrakes in Production!

Production of eeBrakes has begun in earnest at the Cane Creek Cycling Components, North Carolina factory.  Originally slated to be available in November, eeBrakes are now shipping to dealerships worldwide through Cane Creek’s distribution partners and available for purchase online. 

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Cane Creek Employee Bike Check Episode 1

September 07 2016 | Andrew S.

Cane Creek Employee Bike Check Episode 1

Welcome to the Cane Creek Employee Bike Check!

Cane Creek USA is a company made up of cyclist through and through, we log lots of saddle time on all kinds of different bikes and terrain.  In this section of our Blog we will be sharing information and insight on our personal bike builds and setups*.  We really love bicycling and would like to share our passion with you!

Happy trails,

-Cane Creek USA

 *All of the information provided here are personal opinions and should not be taken as fact.

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Suspension Service

September 01 2016 | Andrew S.

Suspension Service

Certified Suspension Service

Far more complicated than carbon frames, extensively more intricate then drivetrain systems, and unarguably held to the highest expectations. Your mountain bikes rear suspension is the most technically advanced piece of equipment on today’s bicycle market.  Knowledge, familiarity, and routine maintenance of your suspension components will maximize the overall performance of your bike.  And leave you with a better ride out on the trail.  

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