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Announcing The Cane Creek Cycling Tour

Published March 5, 2019

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Cane Creek Cycling Components is excited to announce that we will take our show on the road with the Cane Creek Cycling Tour. As a company of riders, we are at our best when we are face-to-face with our customers. This year we will expand our in-person outreach through a dedicated demo and clinic tour. The tour will run from March into November 2019 featuring a Cane Creek ambassador traveling to events, local bike shops and well-known riding hot spots with Cane Creek product and demo bikes from two of our partners, Guerrilla Gravity and Litespeed.

The bikes will feature a full complement of Cane Creek products including Helm forks, Double Barrel shocks and eeWings cranks on Guerrilla Gravity Smash mountain bikes and Hellbender 70 headsets, eeSilk posts, and eeWings cranks on Litespeed Ultimate Gravel bikes.

“We’re really excited to get out in our extended backyard, engage with more riders and give them the chance to experience our products first-hand on bikes that are perfect fit for Cane Creek,” said Andrew Slowey, manager of rider engagement for Cane Creek.

The tour will focus primarily on the eastern United States- with product clinics, group rides and demo events designed to give more riders the opportunity to experience Cane Creek product first-hand.

The Cane Creek Cycling Tour’s first official stop will be at the Santos Fat Tire Festival in Ocala, Florida on March 8-10 and will be followed by two weeks of clinics, group rides and demo events in central Florida. For the most up-to-date information about the Tour - including a schedule and upcoming events - visit and select ‘Demo Tour’ in the main menu.

About Cane Creek Cycling Components

Cane Creek Cycling Components is a manufacturer of premium cycling products headquartered in Fletcher, NC. The company was founded in 1974 as the North American headquarters of Japanese brake manufacturer Dia-Compe. In 1992 the company was purchased by its employees and was subsequently renamed Cane Creek Cycling Components. Over the years, Cane Creek has introduced several groundbreaking products – including the original AheadSet threadless headset and the revolutionary Double Barrel Shock.

The company remains employee owned by cyclists passionate about developing and manufacturing innovative products – many of which are hand assembled in their facility in the mountains of North Carolina.

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