Cane Creek Lifetime Guarantee on 110 Series Headsets

Aug 29, 2019
by Cane Creek  
Press Release:
Cane Creek Cycling Components

Cane Creek Cycling Components is proud to announce a 100% lifetime guarantee on all 110 series headsets – Including Bearings – purchased after August 28, 2019. If for any reason, a customer needs to replace their 110 headset cups or bearings we will provide them with a new product, upfront, with no questions asked and no requirement of proof of purchase.

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Cane Creek invented the modern headset in 1991 with the Aheadset and the 110 is a continuation of that legacy of precision, craftsmanship and performance. We know it is the best headset in the world and we want to make sure that it has the best guarantee in the world.

Our 100% guarantee is hassle-free. In order to best support our customers, Cane Creek will provide an entirely new product upfront, keeping you on your bike as long as possible.

In order to take advantage of the unconditional guarantee all you need to do is bring your bike to your nearest Cane Creek dealer or email Cane Creek at

It’s that simple.

Thank you for your support for Cane Creek and enjoy the ride.

MENTIONS: @CaneCreekCyclingComponents


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 Would be nice if this were retroactive for all 110 headsets. Years ago I was denied warranty on the bearing of a 110 headset which I bought under the impression of a solid 110 year warranty, only to find out that warranty didn’t cover the parts that make up 60% of the headset & are at actual risk of malfunctioning. That’s like a car warranty that doesn’t cover any of the drivetrain. It’s been Hope & King from that point forward for me.
  • 1 0
 I just replaced my cane creek with a Chris King. I had one of the original 1" headsets for about 25 years and it had only been serviced once.
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 Wait, they wouldn't warranty the bearings? What else is there in a headset to actually warranty, it's just a couple bearings with a little lip on it to make it stick to your bike!!! Lame.
  • 1 0
 @erg6k: Exactly. When they told me the warranty didn’t cover the bearings, I was blown away. They named the headset after the warranty offered on it, and priced it accordingly, so one would think this “new” policy would have always been the case.

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