The Cane Creek Helm MKII Air Suspension Fork features an upgraded damper design for increased support and control and a redesigned air spring that allows for increased air volume for better traction and suppleness. - D-Loc 15mm bolt-on thru-axle
The Cane Creek Helm MKII Coil Suspension Fork features an upgraded damper design for increased support and control. - Compression and midvalve circuit offer increased support and control - SKF oil seal head cartridge and wiper seals are low friction - Damping features include: high speed compression, low speed compression, low speed rebound - Adjustment options include: high speed compression (10 positions), low speed compression (17 positions), low speed rebound (10 positions), indexed travel adjust system, spring pre-load adjust - Lightweight coil spring - 55 lb Lightweight Coil Spring included from factory
The versatility of the Cane Creek HELM continues with the new HELM DJ. The new Cane Creek HELM DJ combines the proven performance, reliability and strength of the HELM MKII's chassis with a new short travel air spring optimized for Dirt Jumps, Dual Slalom and Street riding. Preset at 90mm travel and a 483mm axle to crown to accommodate a 26" wheel without changing the geometry of your dirt jump bicycle.
In 2019 Cane Creek launched their WS130 down country low travel fork, 4 years later they are paying homage to the WS130 by introducing an extremely limited run of their low travel modular fork, the Works Series Helm. The Works Series Helm is a robust, modular fork that equips riders looking for a fork in the 100-130mm travel range with the confidence to ride through tech or push up climbs. The Works Series Helm is available in 4 travel options: 100mm, 110mm, 120mm and 130mm options. Like Cane Creek’s Helm MKII, the Works Series can easily be travel adjusted in 10mm increments with just a few tools at home. Built with a stiffer chassis, the Works Series gives a smoother, more controlled ride. All of Cane Creek’s suspension products are hand-built in Western North Carolina and rigorously tested in the Pisgah National Forest.
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