Cane Creek is a headset specialist who has branched out into offering seatposts, brakes, shocks, forks, bottom brackets and cranksets.
Cane Creek history :
Cane Creek was created in 1992 in the United States following the takeover by employees of Dia-Compe USA, the North Carolina plant is also part of the takeover from the Japanese manufacturer Dia-Compe. Cane Creek reuses the standard aheadset imagined by John Rader which consists of using a smooth steerer tube to which the stem is attached. The advantage of this assembly is a better holding of the headset and a simplification of its adjustment and the manufacture of the fork and the stem.
From 1992 to 2005, Cane Creek innovated by offering solutions ahead of its time, such as the first disc brakes, a freewheel roller called Tsali, AD series shocks, Thudbuster telescopic seat posts, always in production today.
In 2005, Cane Creek continued its development with new innovations such as a double reservoir shock absorber which allows four adjustment parameters.
In 2011, with the arrival of the 110 headset, Cane Creek now offers a lifetime warranty.