Cane Creek warns of fraudulent website offering deep discounts

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Cane Creek has warned of a scam site that fraudulently offers discounted sales of its products.

The website, www.canecreekstore.com, has deals that sound too good to be true, including a Helm fork for $91 (instead of $566), a Thudbuster seatpost for $95 ($180) and Eewings cranks for $91 ($502).

Well, we are always disappointed when people or companies try to scam or take advantage of others. We were informed earlier this week through a trusted partner that there is a fake website called www.canecreekstore.com. ⁠

We have no affiliation with this website, they are not an authorized reseller, and we do not recommend anyone trying to purchase anything from this website.⁠

Please note that our official websites are canecreek.com and canecreekhelp.freshdesk.com/support/home, and we have no affiliation with any other URL or website.⁠

As always, Cane Creek wants to support runners to the best of our abilities, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us!
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With the global parts shortage, Cane Creek is not the first brand to be targeted by a program like this. In October last year, Shimano warned against a fake website that offered more than 50% off its components.

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