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Cane Creek Headsets

For more than two decades, Cane Creek has set the standard for bicycle headsets. By introducing the world to threadless technology, Cane Creek helped redefine modern bicycles; making possible the introduction of suspension forks, shaped head-tubes, carbon steerer tubes and other innovations that continue today.


All Cane Creek headsets are precision engineered in the United States at our Fletcher, NC, facilities.  From our class-leading 110-Series to the 10-Series designed with economy in mind, each headset has been meticulously designed to meet the demanding needs of today's riders.  All Premium headsets - including the angle-adjusting AngleSet and the world's lightest AER - are produced in the U.S. from U.S.-made aluminum in our CNC machining centers.


We don't stop at designing and manufacturing the world's best headsets.  Cane Creek is also committed to providing the resources you need to guide you through the increasingly complex headset landscape.  As always, all of our headsets are backed by our unsurpassed committment to customer service.

In order to match the best headset for your bicycle, Cane Creek developed the Standardized Headset Identification System (S.H.I.S.) and used it to build our Headest FitFinder database. Our Tech Center features videos of our engineers and customer service representatives explaining everything you need to know about headsets.  


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Standardized Headset Identification System

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SHIS Overview

The Standardized Headset Identification System (S.H.I.S.) incorporates the four critical interface dimensions required to fit a fork to a frame, as well as explicitly noting bearing location/cup type. To determine S.H.I.S., establish the type of headset (External Cup [EC], Zero Stack [ZS] or Integrated [IS]), then measure the stem clamp and crown race seat on the fork steerer, and the inner diameter of the top and bottom of the bicycle head-tube.

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