Cane Creek goes Miami Vice with new eeBrakes El TD limited edition colors

Looking for a throwback colorway for that retro road bike you just can’t get rid of? The latest limited edition Cane Creek eeBrakes calipers come in a mix of turquoise, pink, purple and silver.

Cane Creek El TD eeBrakes_rainbow limited edition lightweight tie die rim brakes

Technically, the colorway is meant complement to a set of eeWings Tie Dye cranks, but the mix of hues has that 80s vibe for sure.

Designed by Craig Edwards and hand-assembled Cane Creek’s facility just outside of Asheville, North Carolina, eeBrakes are among the very lightest rim brake calipers available. Since being acquired by Cane Creek, they’ve released two limited edition colors each year, each with a 2-week order window.

Cane Creek El TD eeBrakes_rainbow limited edition lightweight tie die rim brake set

The brakes will be sold exclusively in sets of two with a retail price of $680 per set. All orders must be placed by November 21, 2020 with shipments beginning in December.

Past colors include El Fuego, El PlatinoEl Rosado, El Diablo, and El Chulo.

CaneCreek.com

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Astro Kraken
Astro Kraken
1 year ago

I’m blinded by love.

Tony P
Tony P
1 year ago

Yea, you’ll have that. Make disc brake calipers that look like this.

grimtechblog
1 year ago

As rim brakes go – those would be the ones I would want!!!

Matt
Matt
1 year ago

Love the look of these!

Mark
Mark
1 year ago

I have the full black version and can’t stop looking at them. These are a real gem

dl
dl
1 year ago

What’d be really cool is being able to trade in my current eeBrakes for a discount on these.

Mark
Mark
1 year ago
Reply to  dl

Really good idea. I would be in for that trade

Jim E
Jim E
1 year ago

When you leave a Unicorn alone to run the anodizing baths.

Brian
Brian
1 year ago

One time in band camp, I was tripping balls while anodizing bike parts

Miclaroc
Miclaroc
1 year ago

Wow so nice I just bought a set for my titanium frame last year wish these had been available instead of just black – great brakes btw very wide and tall can fit the widest tires of any rim brake I believe and great stopping power and modulation. But you already knew that… I wonder when I can’t get anymore cassettes for my Record 10 in 13-29 ish will the 12 speed upgrade be able to use these same brakes? Mechanical I guess. The ee were def an investment

Dockboy
Dockboy
1 year ago

I’ve seen some colorful Klampers.

Oli
Oli
1 year ago

Price is ridiculous, but I’d buy two sets if they cleared 32-33mm tyres.