is a small US manufacturer that offers solutions to common technical problems that mountain bikers face, like Wolf Tooth booster cassette cogs, the Goat Link derailleur extender for Shimano Shadow mechs' and now, ReMount - a clever clamp-on stub that converts most dropper-post remote levers to emulate the action of a trigger shift lever, just like the Specialized SRL lever
and the Fox DOSS remote.
does just that, it is a molded-delrin stub, the same diameter as the handlebar, that changes the direction of the lever's actuation by 90 degrees, and more importantly, ReMount allows the dropper remote to be positioned within easy reach of the thumb while being clamped inboard of the brake lever. ReMount users get the freedom to position both the brake lever and the dropper remote exactly where they want them to be. It is one of those, "Why didn't I think of that?" products that should make a lot of riders happy.
Remount is made and sourced in the USA, and will operate with most cable-actuated dropper posts. It is designed to operate with a one-by drivetrain, but Lindarets tells us that friends with left-side shift levers have been adapting the ReMount stub with good results.
ReMount's post extension offers 30 millimeters of adjustment and its molded plastic construction is intended to both save weight and to prevent damage to carbon handlebars in the event of a crash. MSRP is $19 USD and the claimed weight is only 20 grams. Lindarets sells them direct from their web store.Contact: Lindarets MENTIONS: