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Wolf Tooth Acquires RedMonkey Sports’ Grip Line and Offers New Grips

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Wolf Tooth Acquires RedMonkey Sports’ Grip Line and Offers New Grips

I’ve been using the RedMonkey Sports grips for a few years now and their offerings were my favorite in terms of the silicone grip models out there. News dropped this morning that Wolf Tooth has acquired RedMonkey Sports’ grip line and have added their grip models to their own catalog. This is great news for Wolf Tooth dealers, shops, and consumers alike with five models available to fit just about every rider’s needs.

Check out the full Wolf Tooth grip specs below, straight from the Wolf’s mouth.

Wolf Tooth’s New ReMote Drop Bar Lever

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Wolf Tooth’s New ReMote Drop Bar Lever

Wolf Tooth has made a name for itself solving problems through innovative products. The latest being this ReMote drop bar lever, which addresses the awkward issue of adding a dropper trigger to your all-road bike. In what I would say is the cleanest offering thus far, the ReMote integrates like a barcon, making it easy to shift from the drops, exactly when you’re most likely to need your dropper! Head to Wolf Tooth for more!

Wolf Tooth Components: Thru Axles and Trainer Caps

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Wolf Tooth Components: Thru Axles and Trainer Caps

With thru axles an industry standard and most thread pitches have been established, Wolf Tooth felt it was time to throw their hat into the ring of axles but they added their own design twist.

“Knowing the pain of damaging their prized frames, they added end caps that would take the brunt of rock scrapes and crashes. And because to look good is to feel good, they decided to offer Axle Caps in eight anodized colors. Caps thread into a dedicated recess in the axle head and are easily replaceable or swappable with an 8mm hex key.

Because cold weather and short days are never far from a Minnesotan’s mind, they also created Trainer Caps to reduce barriers to winter workouts. Non-drive side Axle Caps are joined by drive-side plugs that can be installed or removed with ease to make the prospect of hopping on the trainer a little more bearable.”

See more at Wolf Tooth!

Wolf Tooth’s B-RAD Pump and Other Stuff Bag

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Wolf Tooth’s B-RAD Pump and Other Stuff Bag

Wolf Tooth has grown their B-RAD lineup to include these Pump Bags, ready to carry whatever you can cram into them. Perhaps even a Sin Dawg from the looks of it? I’ve been using a similar, yet a lot smaller bag for some time now, carrying the Silca pocket pump, or a Dynaplug with a Co2. If you’ve got bottle bosses to spare, these nifty bags can put them to use. My personal favorite is the underside of the downtube, particularly on a touring bike or hardtail, for when you don’t need three full bottles. See more at Wolf Tooth!

Wolf Tooth’s Pack Tools: Master Link Combo Pliers

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Wolf Tooth’s Pack Tools: Master Link Combo Pliers

Carrying a spare master link is a must for any kind of outing into the woods, especially on a tour of bikepacking trip and carrying spares is now easier than ever with the new Wolf Tooth Master Link Combo Pliers. These nifty pliers allow you to easily install a new master link, carry extra links and even use the other end as a tire lever. Having broken a few master links over the years, I wish I had this tool in my kit at the time! See more at Wolf Tooth.

Wolf Tooth ReMote Light Action Dropper Trigger

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Wolf Tooth ReMote Light Action Dropper Trigger

If you’re looking for a way to clean up your dropper post remote while offering an easier actuation, check out Wolf Tooth’s ReMote dropper trigger in a new Light Action design. By lengthening the remote’s trigger length, it’s easier to engage your dropper. Available in a variety of clamp designs and in stock now at Wolf Tooth.

Wolf Tooth’s New Dropper ReMote

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Wolf Tooth’s New Dropper ReMote

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.

Wolf Tooth Components Fat Paw Grips

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Wolf Tooth Components Fat Paw Grips

I love silicone grips and every manufacturer has developed their own special compound, shape and feel. For the team at Wolf Tooth, they couldn’t find one they liked, so they contacted RedMonkey Sports to make these. The Fat Paw Grips are larger diameter, soft, made in the USA grips and are in stock now at Wolf Tooth!

Wolf Tooth Bites Down on Stainless Direct Mount Rings for SRAM

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Wolf Tooth Bites Down on Stainless Direct Mount Rings for SRAM

I’ve been using SRAM’s own direct mount ring for a few weeks now and love it. While I’m all for the slick black aesthetic of their native design, it’s hard to deny the appeal of stainless. Wolf Tooth Components just launched a super durable, SRAM-compatible, made in the USA direct mount chainring for your 1x system. Head over to Wolf Tooth Components for more information and availability.

Unfortunately, in the time this post was scheduled, all that remains are the 24t rings, so if you’re looking for that size, you’re in luck. If not, you’ll have to wait for a restock…

Spencer’s Icarus Forest Service Green Light Tourer

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Spencer’s Icarus Forest Service Green Light Tourer

Ian at Icarus has been making random frames when he has free time in standard stock sizes, ranging from road bikes to everyday commuters or light tourers like this bike. He then sells them on his site and lets the customer pick out a paint color. That way, they can skip the queue and they only have to wait for paint, not the entire frame building process.

Spencer pounced on this bike when it went up on Icarus’ Instagram and immediately knew what color he wanted: Forest Service Green.

From there, it went to Circle A for paint and was built up with mostly spare parts. I sold him some shifters, he had a spare Wolf Tooth ring, some old race wheels and other random (well loved) bits and pieces. He ordered the PAUL-specific Paragon cantilever posts to give the touring cantis some added stiffness.

Yesterday, he took it all over town, on trails, roads and various errands. We shot it in front of a new mural over here on the East Side of Austin and you know what? I really, really like this bike.