SDG Releases New Adjustable Dropper Lever

Nov 21, 2021 at 21:19
by SDG Components  

Press Release: SDG


When the Tellis dropper made its debut in 2018, there were plenty of skeptics. Rightfully so – how does a “Saddle” company produce a trustworthy dropper? The short answer was endless testing and continuous refinement – a core DNA trait that is passionately shared by our entire crew. Now, after 3+ years on the market and numerous positive reviews (6-month PB test by Mike Levy), the Tellis has proven to be a dependable workhorse – one that simply just works, drop after drop. But while the Tellis dropper evolved, with further enhancements in development, there was no question that we needed a premium lever to complement. So we did just that.




The Tellis is the dropper of choice for many riders and elite racers around the world, along with leading bikes brands spec'ing for OEM – Santa Cruz, YT, Devinci, Commencal, Cube, Norco, Guerilla Gravity, Orange, Radon, WAO and others.




The new Tellis Adjustable Lever offers an intelligent design for unparalleled adjustments and overall function, while still retaining one of the softest actuations in the game. It was a collective effort as our product team worked closely with engineering in Canada and Taiwan, key OE partners and our global test team after numerous samples and revisions. Dig into the details below and see how the Tellis Adjustable Lever will enhance your next ride, with a simple set it and forget it experience.



Ergonomic Adjustments

Many remote levers are limited to a single or dual, pre-set orientation. The new Tellis Adjustable lever offers 10mm of Lateral Slide directly at the mounting bracket, while also adding 22.5 degrees of Rotational Reach Adjustment which is simply controlled by the main assembly bolt. This allows you to find your perfect position, no matter your hand size or riding preference.




Modular Clamp Design

We all want a cleaner cockpit, so we enhanced the original version by making the new Lever directly compatible with SRAM MatchMaker X™ and Shimano I-Spec EV™, along with a 22.2mm bar mount option. These adapters are also sold separately, while additional brake mount assemblies are also in the works.



Enhanced Actuation

Ball bearings look and sound great, yet they are generally best used to support spinning shafts, not short throw movements. The Tellis Adjustable Lever is constructed with a proven double bushing design. This provides substantially less drag than the old ball bearing and allows the lever to be more compact, lighter, and more economical than most aftermarket options on the market.


Washer & Bolt Cable Clamp

The cable is now secured and enhanced with a bolt and washer for added security. This helps avoid damage imposed by simple grub screw designs.

Recessed & Machined Traction Paddle

Comfort and traction are essential for any dropper lever. With the recessed thumb pocket, concave paddle shape, added knurling and the same soft actuation as the original Lever, the new Tellis Adjustable offers a premium feel and function.



bigquotesBeen running the Tellis dropper from the beginning and loving it. I like things simple and the new Lever is good for me because it always works, and it works smooth.Brage Vestavik


bigquotesThe added adjustments are awesome for tricks. It’s great to have the compact lever out of the way when needed, but always there for a climb.Kirt Vories

bigquotesThe Tellis Adjustable remote ticks all of the boxes. It’s super adjustable, takes up minimal space on my bars and has the lightest action I’ve ever felt in a dropper remote. I can’t ask for more.The Loam Ranger



Love it or Hate it

For a limited time, the Lever is offered in the Fuel PVD finish, which will match any of your Oil Slick components or the Bel-Air V3 Fuel Edition saddle.


The SDG Tellis Adjustable Lever is now available worldwide, starting at $49.99 US MSRP. To learn more about the Tellis Dropper and the new Adjustable Lever, please visit sdgcomponenents.com or follow us on Instagram: @SDGCOMPONENTS.





126 Comments

  • 58 7
 Nothing new here, carry on before paywall hits on Dec 3
  • 6 0
 Did I miss an articel or somethine. Where does this paywall come from?
  • 23 0
 @jonas-stadler: you didn’t get the emails re the updates TOU for Pinkbike and Trailforks?

“ Moving forward Pinkbike is adding resources to build a new layer of member content on top of our existing foundation. It's no secret that the advertising model is getting harder, and it's changing the media landscape. ”

“ One piece of housekeeping, effective as of December 3, 2021, Pinkbike and Trailforks will be under a new Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.”
  • 8 0
 @ODubhslaine: It also states that continuing to use their services means you've accepted those policies. This bothers me since I've paid for Trailforks and now it's "included in all Outside+ memberships".

As an added bonus, any subscriptions you have paid for will auto-renew by default. I still can't tell what impact it has, but it's definitely concerning.
  • 57 2
 Has anyone else noticed a lack of "proper" articles in the last couple of weeks? Is it a quiet time in the industry, or are they saving them all up for post Dec 3? Or are they all e-bike and they've been filtered for me?
  • 39 0
 @mountainsofsussex: i certainly have. Maybe that's where levy is... behind the paywall. #startpurplebike
  • 4 1
 @mountainsofsussex: i was thinking the same thing. i feel like i havent seen a true bike or component review in a long time. Maybe theyre only doing the field tests now because of the supply chain issues? Either way, the content lately has definitely shifted in a different direction. i cant tell if thats a good thing or bad.
  • 16 1
 I was just texting my friend last night if he noticed the lameness the articles have been on Pinkbike and we both agree they are really reaching out there for articles.
  • 7 0
 @dhdave13: glad it's not just me then. Just seems to be promoted videos and round ups of other content. Careful you don't cook the golden goose...
  • 2 0
 @ODubhslaine: I got the email but erased it. It is certainly not easily found on the PB website. Do you have a copy? Their photo use policy is of particular interest to me.
  • 6 0
 @noapathy: I’m wondering how long the “lifetime subscription price” for early adopters of the Trailforks subscription will last…

3.10 Fee Changes. The Company reserves the right to increase Subscription fees or to institute new fees at any time with reasonable advance notice. If you do not wish to pay the new prices, you can cancel your Subscription prior to the change becoming effective.
  • 4 1
 @ODubhslaine: If they try that I feel like it'd be time for a mass exodus, though they probably wouldn't care since it's clear they're already diluting the content with little regard to what PB was and why it was successful to begin with.
  • 11 0
 @Supergirl56: purplebike.com was taken but I just locked down magentabike.com

If anyone can make something of it, I'm happy to donate it to a good cause
  • 1 0
 @noapathy: I’ve decided to dump my trail forks memberships, I’ll just use the free zone until they don’t offer that. The terms of use are crazy interesting to read but just not worth paying to give everything away.
  • 2 0
 @ODubhslaine: Probably as long as the 'trailforks will always be free' commitment lasted.
  • 1 0
 @Kazook: I can't decide if I want to go that far yet, but I've disconnected it from Strava and deleted all my ride logs.
  • 14 2
 @h20-50, there's no paywall coming on December 3rd - you'll still be able to keep accessing all the usual Pinkbike content. As for the lack of bike reviews lately, most us us were up in Pemberton for a few weeks of trail / downcountry bike testing - those reviews and videos will start dropping very soon.
  • 1 0
 @jmhills: This! I hope photogs recognize their rights here. Despite any language from outside or others claiming otherwise, typically the photog retains rights and privileges to compensation if used for promotion. Not picking at any website at all, but a lack of digital trawling has given a sense of entitlement and in some cases self belief to many a publisher. Check your counsel people.
  • 2 1
 @mountainsofsussex: have you never picked up an copy of Outside? It’s just advertisements, article went away decades ago, surely you recognize that this is the future of PB ?

Why else would Outside buy Pinkbike?

It’s not like Outside is going to spend time of money on articles that don’t sell advertising dollars.

I do think it’s funny that they’re adding a paywall, I have a hard time believing it will be successful, but then what do I know.

I do pay for Trailforks, but I think that’s a worthy tool. Pinkbike on the other hand is used by tools …
  • 3 0
 @mikekazimer: let me have my fun Mike, It’s winter in Germany. I only live off of upvotes, bacon, and coffee this time of year.
  • 4 1
 @h20-50, ha, I don’t think you’re the only one - the comments always get a little more vicious this time of year when everyone’s riding time decreases.
  • 1 0
 @jmhills: basically the photo/video bit is that they own the rights to your firstborn child... Link here: pinkbike.us5.list-manage.com/track/click?u=bffee5e976f34faf3369baba5&id=da2a47cd03&e=460b175fd9 I'm sure that links to me personally, but it'll do
  • 2 0
 @ODubhslaine: Thanks.

This is hilarious:
"Outside does NOT claim any ownership rights in the User Generated Content on our platform. By displaying or publishing User Generated Content on or through the Services, you grant Outside a non-exclusive, world-wide, royalty-free right and limited license to reproduce, store, copy, transmit, publish, display, publicly perform, adapt, modify, create derivative works of, exhibit, sublicense and otherwise use User Generated Content."
  • 2 0
 @mikekazimer: Thanks for chiming in. We still love you guys and it's (mostly) all in good fun. If possible, it would be good to know just what's coming down the pipeline so we don't have to keep wondering and/or fearing the worst. The email they sent wasn't exactly transparent and most of us aren't going to comb through the terms filled with legal jargon. I think it would do a lot to ease folks' minds. Just my 2c.

Looking forward to the Pemberton stuff. Smile
  • 2 0
 @jmhills: Brah, any platform you upload photos and video on gives them the same rights to use your content.
  • 1 0
 @mountainsofsussex: I’d like to see that fly in California. #nicetry
  • 25 0
 still waiting for a dropper lever that is activated by clenching
  • 10 0
 teeth or booty?
  • 1 0
 lol, i'd be al over that...literally
  • 1 0
 Golden.
  • 1 0
 suicides just earned their name
  • 19 0
 Paywall you say? But how will we see these adverts?
  • 9 0
 Oh! But the adverts will be outside the paywall. Proper articles behind it.
  • 1 0
 I'm referring more to these "articles" that are really just adverts in disguise.
I'd be pissed off if I was paying for this.
  • 1 0
 @andybobbill: I think we're on the same page here. These pseudo-articles that are just paid ads will most likely be outside the paywall—I think. If I found them behind the paywall I'd be hella mad I was paying a subscription for more paid content placements.
  • 11 1
 How bout refining the front saddle clamp bolt?
Just a crazy thought- find a bolt position u can adjust without scratching the post?
  • 2 0
 Because if you're mad about that you may not notice the wiggling post.
  • 2 0
 @Tinshield: i'm immuned to it . . . i had the 1st gen E13 TRS+
  • 7 0
 I hope they fixed the design flaw of their older lever, that chewed up cables in no time.
  • 12 0
 We have heard of some customers who had their cable chewed up, so we used a washer & cable system on this version to sandwich the cable. This should completely eradicate the chewing up of cables that you have experienced in the past.
  • 2 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: Well, I hope so, too. I have to change my cable once a year despite greasing. The photos above do only show the notch as before, so where ist the "sandwich"?
  • 2 0
 @yoobee: It is highlighted in the article above as "Washer & Bolt Cable Clamp". You can see it in better detail on our Youtube channel (youtu.be/ys1770LDcpA).
  • 3 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: It doesnt fail at the grub screw. It fails further down the cable in the exposed part (when depressed) from scraping the mounting bracket body. I love my SDG, just ordered a few sets of bushings, a spare cartridge and Tslot so it will be around a while. I replace the cable every 3 months to avoid having it break in a race again (100 miler with flopping lever and seat stuck up on 2000 ft descents).
  • 1 0
 @AccidentalDishing: can you send a couple images of where it’s breaking on your lever to support@sdgcomponents.com? We’ve only seen it break at the grub screw so it would be good to see where yours is breaking.
  • 1 0
 @AccidentalDishing: I've experienced cable failure in the exact spot you mention as well.
  • 2 0
 @aaronka970: Exactly, the cable is splicing due to friction and bending.
  • 7 3
 Looking forward to getting mine, the adjustability is exactly what I have been craving. Tested and proven, just the ticket!
I’m a huge fan of SDG , can not fault the Tellis or the Bel air 3 it’s attached to. This is a no brainer. If it’s raved about by top athletes, then my needs are surely within reach tup well done SDG
  • 3 0
 I can't speak for the lever since when I built up my Santa Cruz I used a Wolftooth but the Telis is far better than my Fox Transfer which requires an extra butt-tap to pop it back up sometimes. A friend of ours had some side to side play on hers but I've been super happy with it so far, it just works, which is all I ask.
  • 4 2
 So many comments, that aren’t about the product.. ignoring the hype, who doesn’t want a beautiful, adjustable smooth action dropper lever? Have had my fill of mediocrity, this changes everything- 100% reliability, yes please
  • 4 0
 And ,it’s adjustable ,and everything
Sorry I’ll just

Who’s Paywall ?

Carrying on
  • 5 0
 I don't see where to enter the contest. Is it behind the paywall?
  • 5 0
 Can't tellis if they serious or not?
  • 7 6
 How does a company that has Velo make their saddles offer a reliable dropper?

Contract with someone who can make a reliable dropper.

Almost no bike brand manufactures anything. These companies claiming they “make” products is disingenuous at best. They might do some design work (often they even leave that to their manufacturing partners). Otherwise, all they do is market and distribute product.
  • 24 0
 Very few brands own the means to production as it's so expensive to do so, but we still engineer, sample and test every single product we make. There's certainly a massive amount more that goes into selling a product when you engineer it yourself than simply "market and distribute".

Every single saddle we make we have designed and tooled the bases, foam design and covers. We partner with the best manufacturing partners to work with to have them manufacture the designs we have made.

The Tellis post does use many off the shelf elements where it made sense to make it easier from an end user servicing perspective, but we still tooled many of our own components of the post to improve on it where it made sense.

It certainly would be easier to not have to engineer, design, sample & test a new product a multitude of times before launching it, but we like to ensure the product we launch is something we can be completely proud of and not something just rebranded and sold like you're saying we do.
  • 1 0
 I couldn’t be happier with the Tellis that came on my new Troy. Always liked the saddles but was skeptical given the price point. Markedly better action and less sticky than my Fox Transfer kashima. @SDG-COMPONENTS:
  • 1 0
 Been running the Tellis dropper for over two years with minimal service (just clean and re-grease at the collar a couple of times) until recently where I gave it a full service and is still running like new. Stoked on how it just works and keeps on working. Never had a dropper + lever with such light and smooth actuation as well and I've had Fox with Wolftooth combo and felt One-up levers and they aren't even close! Stoked to grab the new lever with adjustability and thats just as smooth.
  • 3 0
 What is the long time durability/quality of Tellis compared to, let's say, One Up?
  • 10 9
 None of the reviews or riders comments I've heard put the Tellis anywhere near a OneUp or even Trans-X, in quality, durability or price. So why pay more for an inferior product? Because some random YouTuber likes it apparently.
  • 5 0
 I'll tell you in the spring. Been running a OneUp all season and love it! Bought it for the low stack (and price) to replace my Reverb and couldn't be happier. My new bike arriving in the spring comes with the Tellis... I am keeping my V2 to install, but will give the Tellis a shot before replacing it.
  • 7 4
 Mike Levy loved his when he reviewed it and the there’s a reason so many leading OEM’s (Santa Cruz, YT, Devinci, Norco) all spec it and have continued to increase the amount of bikes they spec it on year over year. Obviously it’s hard to take what a brand says as fact, so the continued and increased spec of our OEM partners should be a sign of its quality. If it wasn’t good quality then you definitely wouldn’t see more and more of them being spec’d!
  • 6 0
 @ratedgg13: that’s weird because all of the reviews I’ve read placed the Tellis as a durable dropper for the price. Tellis doesn’t have the technical features that OneUp has, but I bought mine because of the robustness of the design and the simplicity of how easy it is to service it. I’ve had mine 2 years and other than the 15 minutes it took to pull it apart to clean and grease it, I’ve never touched it!
  • 1 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: does this work with any cable dropper?
  • 5 1
 I work in a shop that sells a hefty amount of Santa Cruz, of which many come with the Tellis post. While I haven't seen a "dead" one yet I will say each post is different. Some work great, some feel like the cartridge has a bunch of air in it, some return quickly, some don't. Some are quiet, some are noisy and make a squishy sound. Some come packed with grease, others don't. They're very inconsistent. The lever throw is very far and the attachment hardware and design is fiddly at best, although this lever seems to change that. They also use plastic key ways, not a horrible thing, but if you're a heavy person they can wear out really quickly and I've seen a handful take a crash and break causing the saddle to be able to almost spin all the way around. It is a, relatively simple rebuild/fix though. In my mind they're a decent budget option, but you'd be better off with an E13 vario, X fusion manic, or a PNW, and it doesn't even come close to a Transfer or Bike yoke.
  • 3 0
 @mior: Yes, it will work with essentially any cable actuated dropper.
  • 7 2
 @Tayrob: thanks for the feedback! We’ll speak with our QC team on your comments as they’re certainly super valuable to hear.

Regarding the PTFE keyways, we did try brass keyways but you can’t keep the same tolerance so you ended up with too much side to side play out of the box. We like the PTFE keyways as they’re tight tolerances so you get minimal play, but when they do strip out, they’re super cheap to replace and replacing them takes all of 5 minutes without even removing the post from the bike.
  • 8 0
 I have one that came on my Devinci Troy this year. I thought I would replace it but it's been flawless with zero service after nearly 9 months of hard riding, often in super muddy conditions. The level action is super light. So far, I have no complaints at all. In fact, I think it's hard to justify paying more for a dropper when ones like this exist. And this from a guy who loves everything OneUp makes (except for their stem).
  • 8 0
 I have had multiple Tellis posts now and have never had any issues. The thing just always works and I have pretty much forgotten about the days when you tried your post at the start of each ride and hoped it did the uppey downey thing it is supposed to do.
  • 5 7
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: hahaha sounds as if this is news to you. One would assume you speak with your QC team on the regular?
  • 5 1
 @CircusMaximus: We obviously monitor warranty claims regularly for any consistent issues, but unfortunately non-warranty feedback like this from the dealer level is rarely transmitted to us. We have a QC team in Taiwan as well as in the USA that does inspections on every batch, but that doesn't really give us the full scope like dealer feedback does.
  • 2 17
flag CircusMaximus (Nov 22, 2021 at 8:49) (Below Threshold)
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: you should quit while you’re ahead. Still sounds as though you have a poor understanding of how your products stand up in the real world.
If you’re not paying attention to dealers and customer feed back, you’re looking at the wrong data.
  • 10 1
 @CircusMaximus: It's impressive you can read what the brand responded to you and then come to that conclusion. They clearly said they monitor warranty issues (as any brand should), but non-warranty issues are rarely transmitted to them. How does one look at the wrong data when there is only one set of data provided?
  • 6 2
 I've been using the new lever all season and it's still working the same as it did on day one. Full disclosure: we're sponsored by SDG, but a good product is a good product.
  • 1 4
 @trollman1738: hint: they ask..
  • 4 2
 @CircusMaximus: LOL. If you think that any brand asks each customer how their product is and actually uses that data, you certainly belong in the circus (hint: because you are a clown).
  • 3 2
 @theloamrangerchannel: Have you ever given negative feedback to a sponsor? Even when your were riding for Pole?
  • 3 2
 @trollman1738: I didn't say it wasn't durable, but compared to a OneUp or Tranz-X, it seems to be less durable, and more expensive. Hence - why would you buy one, rather than one of those alternatives?
  • 6 0
 @ratedgg13 @pakleni : I got a 170mm SDG Tellis w/ my 2019 Capra and never had any of the issues I'm hearing about - didn't even change the dropper cable for 1.5 yrs. Bought replacement keys when I fell & stripped mine out (but flipped them to the backside 1st) and have ridden for 2.5 yrs problem free. Its also waaaay easy to pull apart & service for 200/400 hr servicing

Recently got a 210mm Oneup dropper to not have to drop my post 3-4'' when riding park and have had nothing but issues: 1st one had about 3mm left to right play (rattled like crazy) so Oneup sent a set of pins to drop into the keyways to stop that - but couldn't even get inside it to replace because the locking screw at the top spun the whole air-cartridge. Oneup then sent a replacement but the new one has 2mm side to side play & similar rattle, and an angled actuator (not in line w/ the seat) - so that now hits my downtube bend meaning I can't put the dropper all the way down. STILL have to open it up and drop the pins in, which is another 1-2 hr surgery (since I don't know this dropper takedown process fully).

Chalking these up to flukes but to drop $230 on a new 210 dropper only to still have insane issues - twice - is not a great Welcome to Oneup. Point being - sometimes products can just suck.
  • 2 2
 @trollman1738: not a business guy eh?
  • 1 4
 @trollman1738: no but they need to ask their DEALERS. Not strong in the ways of business eh? Clown.
  • 1 4
 @trollman1738: ask DEALERS, not every customer. Clown.
  • 2 1
 @ratedgg13: don’t worry about Trollguy here. He’s a little sensitive today because he bought one and now needs positive re-enforcement so that he feels secure in his purchase.
  • 2 0
 @ratedgg13: I'm on a Tellis (came on my Santa Cruz) and my buddy is on a One Up. His OneUp is in the shop the 3rd time this year for air leakage and re-lube needed. It's nice when it works but hasn't been close to as reliable as my Tellis....
  • 2 0
 Mine has been super reliable. Haven’t touched it in a year and a half and it’s lasted better than my friend’s Transfers and Reverbs before needing service. For the comments that it costs more than One Up, the Tellis comes with a lever, so they are virtually the same price.
  • 1 0
 @ratedgg13: well my one up doesnt return all the way. Comes up about 10mm short. Was just recently worked on too. It's a v1
  • 1 0
 @Tayrob: Plastic keys that break sounds much better than brass keys destroying their keyways.
  • 4 0
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: I know right! This is why bastions of reliability such as the reverb have been spec'd so widely.
  • 1 0
 Same. Live and ride on the North Shore of Vancouver so it gets absolutely abused four days a week. No issues, no play, and by far the best lever action of any post I’ve tried, and Ive tried them all. @obliquemountain:
  • 4 0
 Do SDG make an I-Beam compatible dropper yet?
  • 2 0
 It’s coming. That’s been the story for years now, right?
  • 3 0
 @DHhack: i dm'ed them a while back, they said spring '22 launch
  • 1 0
 @mior: hopefully they make a long drop 34.9 diameter version
  • 6 0
 @mior: that's unfortunately been pushed back closer to a Q4 2022 launch due to some consistent supply chain delays. However, I can definitely confirm this is still a very real project we are still pursuing!
  • 3 0
 @DHhack: 200mm options in 30.9, 31.6 & 34.9mm are now available and first stock should land in the USA by mid-December - Early Jan!
  • 3 0
 if its good enough for Brage...
  • 1 0
 Not that electronics should be the main thing or are even for everyone, but god damn the "lever" on an AXS post sure is nice when you read articles like this.
  • 3 1
 i'll just stick to my 15 dollar ztto lever whick blows out the majority of dropper levers in the market
  • 3 2
 $49 without any clamps, add one on and pretty much the same price as a Pnw Loam lever that has clamps included in pricing.
  • 6 0
 There are $10 and $18 levers at am...com that work just fine and come with clamps. I always thoughts it's strange that that a dropper lever is more expensive than a GX shifter.
  • 1 0
 Can this thumb shifter be used on the right hand side that is what I am looking for... thanks.
  • 1 0
 The rainbow one looks like it swings both ways
  • 2 0
 No bearing, no good....PNW or Oneup great levers.
  • 1 0
 sat up for a new product, looked closer for Brage video
  • 1 0
 Kirt Voreis would like a word with Kirt Vories
  • 1 0
 They will never get it rihgt Big Grin
  • 3 5
 Probably the least important part of the bike, so why would you choose a middle of the range lever? Either it should be cheap (Ztto) or the best of the best (Wolftooth, PNW).
  • 9 1
 The Tellis Adjustable Remote has a wider range of adjustment than those other options mentioned so you can better dial in the positioning of the remote. In addition, we were able to price the lever more competitively, because we stuck with bushings which are a superior choice for this application as they have less drag, lighter and more economical.
  • 1 0
 What are the zitto levers like?
  • 3 1
 @IMeasureStuff: they are a load of zit
  • 1 0
 @IMeasureStuff: 1:1 knockoffs of the Wolftooth lever, and therefore work really well.
  • 2 2
 @SDG-COMPONENTS: That's fine, but how long is the lever, how easy is it to push? Why should I pick your lever over a Wolftooth LA one?

I'm on the lookout for a blingy lever right now, but if it can't match or beat Wolftooth I can't go with yours.
  • 1 0
 @IMeasureStuff: I've run one two years they are perfect. Still on original bearing too.
  • 4 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: if you read words, pretty sure they answered your question directly, and in the article above:
- they say the Tellis is lighter action, more adjustable, more compact and less expensive than Wolftooth or PNW.
Up to you to decide if that's true.
  • 6 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: how the hell are you supposed to expect them to just tell you it's better that's like arguing over sram or Shimano without actually using either of them. Only you're gonna be able to tell if you like it or not so stop being a sheep who needs to be told what to buy.
  • 1 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: I have 2 Wolftooth LA levers. No issues after 3 years. No reason for me to get anything else except price.
  • 1 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: they actually work better, full metal unlike the wolftooth with has breakaway plastic parts
  • 1 0
 Nice Michis
  • 2 5
 It would be news if hey released a non-adjustable dropper lever! Aka, a rigid seatpost.
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