Finally, you can get a top shelf dropper remote for your top shelf dropper. For a long time the engineers at Wolf Tooth have been thinking that the humble dropper post remote could use a be improved. As with all Wolf Tooth components, every single piece of the remote has been optimised to give the best possible operation. After 23 prototypes and 1000's of hours of field testing, the Wolf Tooth ReMote Dropper Lever is the answer to many mechanics and riders pain.
Sealed Bearing Lever - A first in the world of dropper post remotes. The lever spins smoothly on a gigantic 21mm sealed bearing. This reduces thumb fatigue on huge enduro races, and provides the best lever feel and modulation in the game.
UpFront Cable Fixing - The dropper cable is secured at the lever. This makes setup and instalation a breeze.
Cable-Kind Clamp - Most remote levers use a grub screw which squashes the cable (and generally makes a mess of it!) The ReMote lever uses a precisely machined path for the cable to follow and is then secured by a clamping screw with a captive nut (similar to how most derailleur cable clamps work). Wolf Tooth score bonus points by allowing you to pre cut and crimp the cable prior to locking it down.
Integrates Into Your Existing Brake Levers - Sram and Shimano brake users rejoice. The ReMote is available to suit either I-Spec A or B, I Spec II or Sram/Avid's Match Maker X Brakes. You can also get a version to mount directly onto the bars shortly.
Low Profile Lever - The dropper lever itself sits up nice and close to the bar - right in position for your thumb to hit it with minimal movement. This also reduces the chances of it hitting your knee of your shorts getting caught on it.
Integrated Cable Adjustment - The barrel style adjuster is firmly mounted into the ReMote's body and makes on the fly adjustments a breeze. It also won't rattle around like some inline adjusters can.
Breakaway Axle Pivot - Crashes are bad enough without the hip pocket pain once something breaks. The team has thought of this and engineered in a failure point where the lever can break away from its base in the event of a big crash.
Grippy Lever Surface - This just makes sense! The surface that your thumb pushes on to operate the dropper has grippy machined grooves in it so your finger isn't going to be sliding around trying to push the button. Perfect for when conditions take a turn for the worse
Compatibility - The ReMote has been tested and works a treat on: All KS, All Thomson, Fox Transfer, RaceFace, Easton, All Specialized Command, Gravity Dropper, 9 Point 8 Fall Line and Giant Contact droppers.
There are 2 different lever lengths:
Standard Action: Uses a short lever
Light Action: Uses a longer lever.
For which lever works best on which post, see the last picture.
USA Made - over 65% of the ReMote and it's packaging is made in the USA.
ReMote IS-AB for Shimano I-Spec A or B - It includes all required hardware for either I-Spec A or B too. Weights just 31g
ReMote IS-II for Shimano I-Spec II - Includes IS-II Hardware. Weighs Just 33g
ReMote MM SRAM/Avid MatchMaker X - Does NOT inlcude the MatchMaker hardware as most brakes will have come with them. Weighs just 42g
ReMote 22.2mm Handlebar Clamp - includes hinged handlebar clamp for clamping onto the 22.2mm part of the bar (the same diameter as the grips / brakes/shifter. Weighs just 50g
Remote 31.8mm Handlebar Clamp - Specifically for CX / Gravel bikes where the remote is going on the "fat" part of the bar near the stem. (For MTB's - use the 22.2mm version even if they have a 31.8mm clamp zone)
Made from 6061 T6 Aluminum with a Delrin axle.