About Us

We at Caw Designs are always coming up with innovative ways to help ensure that the whole cycling experience feels safe.

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Why Us? 

We are some of the best people who are trying to bring the right changes in the world of cycling which can help provide a safe environment.


High Acceleration
We want to help ensure that you reach the speed you want with minimum effort.
Dual Pivot Peduncle
Dual Pivot Peduncle gives a very secure grip of the brakes for better stopping.
Adjustable Footdeck
A good foot deck allows you to have the right control over the movements of the bike.


I am someone who likes to cycle to the top of mountains and the regular bicycles do not meet my criteria. With the help of Caw Designs, they made it possible for me to go the extra mile.

Darnell V. Myers

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Warning Signs You Need New Brakes

New Brakes

Brake servicing is one of those things that requires regular maintenance. One might not be aware but a brake part has a limited life span which requires regular service. If you have a car there are many services which require you to get your brakes checked. Here are a list of warning signs one must not miss.


Brake light on

If you see a red or a yellow light brake indicator popping up in the dashboard. It is time for brake inspection. This is the vehicle’s smart electronics alerting you about the problem. This light will automatically turn off when the issue has been resolved.

Brake light on

Squeaking or grinding noises

If you hear any high pitched noises that occur when the brake is applied, it indicates that your brake pad has worn off and requires inspection. If you find a grinding feel to the pedal there is a possibility that a rock is stuck in the caliper unit. Getting your brake system checked and properly lubricated is important.


Vibrations or scraping when braking

Shaking of the steering wheel or any types  of vibrations when you apply the brakes may be the result of an uneven rotor. Brake rotors are big discs which are set inside of the wheels. When you press the brake pedal, the brake pads touch the rotor and slow the car down. A rotor needs to be a smooth and completely even in thickness to help ensure that breaking works properly.


Leaking fluid

If you notice that the brake pedal is soft, a technician needs to look for any fluid leaks in the braking system. The cylinder in the brake system creates the power for the brakes which allows the brake fluid to reach the caliper and hold the disk together for a smooth brake. If the fluid is leaking it is possible that you might experience a very soft brake.


Spongy or soft brake pedal

If you see a resistance to the brake pedal, you need immediate service, There could be air or moisture trapped in the braking system which can create a problem with the master cylinder. If you have a manual brake, the pedal needs to stop at least three inches from the floor.

Car pulling to one side when braking

The main reason for this is when the brake hose has broken or the caliper has a problem. This is when one caliper applies a brake to one side which can cause a very uneven stop. If you smell a very sharp, chemical or a burning odor, it is the result of the overheating of the clutch or the brakes. This requires you to pull over immediately and stop to check.

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