Wolf Tooth’s New Dropper ReMote Oct 31, 2016

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For those looking for a better designed, more integrated dropper post switch, check out the Wolf Tooth ReMote. Designed to work with most cable-actuated droppers, the ReMote is engineered to make installation a cinch and on-the-trail adjustment even easier. See more specs and information at Wolf Tooth.

  • Finally! These guys are awesome for identifying and filling gaps in the market. GravityDropper users are gonna be pumped.

    • Marc Lindarets

      Max,
      Thanks! The GD users who’ve been using the ReMote have been stoked.

      Marc

  • Martin Rushworth

    Wishing for a clamp option to fit drop bars – for those of us that should have a mountain bike but don’t

    • If you run a 1x system, you can rig it so your left shifter actuates it.

      • That’s way too cool. Has anyone actually done this?

        • Yeah, a few people that I’ve seen. I know one of the Niner dudes did it at Grinduro in 2015.

          • Martin Rushworth

            Yeah i’ve seen this done a few times but I have CX1 without the guts in the left shifter on one cross bike, and retroshift without a shifter on the other cross bike.

    • Marc Lindarets

      Martin,
      If -hypothetically- there were a drop bar clamp, would you prefer it to be at the stem (for bar top use), near the shift lever, or near the end of the bar (like a bar-con)? Just wondering…

      Marc

      • Tim Guarente

        I’d go with a lever-area mount, since Paul has that SRAM Shift adapter that could probably be pressed into service for a dropper lever. Otherwise, could it be done in-line so you have both?

        • Marc Lindarets

          That’s an interesting idea- one that I hadn’t considered. It’s something well have to play with for sure!

      • Martin Rushworth

        Hi Marc – I was thinking 31.8mm clamp so it could be operated from the top of the bars, i had hacked something together but it broke so my gravity dropper is in a box (and their lever isn’t great anyway). By the shift lever would be much better placement but can’t imagine how you would do it. Personally don’t like bar-end attachments because i bang my knees on them. Martin

        • Marc Lindarets

          31.8 would be cleanest for sure- wedging an add’l lever in by the brake/shift lever that can be reached from the hoods and/or drops could be interesting.

          It’s not something we’re committed to, just trying to weigh the options.