Wolf Tooth Announces Limited ReMote Color Options for the Holidays

Dec 7, 2021 at 9:15
by Wolf Tooth Components  
Wolf Tooth ReMote

The Wolf Tooth ReMote is available in red and green for a limited time. Both colors are festive options for the ReMote and ReMote Light Action. This is the first time that Wolf Tooth has ever made a green dropper lever, while red has been previously available. This is the same red and green as other Wolf Tooth anodized components and accessories, which makes it easy to color match with a headset, grips, and more. Like any limited Wolf Tooth item, these were made in a small quantity and might not stick around for long.

Wolf Tooth ReMote
Wolf Tooth ReMote

This is a dropper lever that is compact, ergonomic, reliable, and sturdy. The face of the lever features a machined texture that makes it easier to grip while wet or if you’re wearing gloves. The ReMote is compatible with all cable-actuated dropper posts and it is easy to install, with a guide available on the product webpage. Best of all, the ReMote is smooth. A massive 21mm sealed-cartridge bearing sits at the pivot point to ensure that every motion is smooth, easy, and precise so you can focus on riding your line instead of the performance of your bike.

The ReMote and ReMote Light Action are distinguished by the length of the lever. The ReMote (or Standard Action) has a 46.3mm lever, while the ReMote Light Action lever has a length of 57.1mm. The added length of the ReMote Light Action reduces the push force by 25%, which makes it easier for you to engage your dropper post. While the ReMote Standard Action does require a bit more force to operate, it has a shorter throw, which means your thumb does not need to move as far while pressing the lever.

Wolf Tooth ReMote

Wolf Tooth makes its components, tools, and accessories in Minnesota. This includes chainrings, headsets, multi-tools, seatpost clamps, dropper levers, and more. Machined Wolf Tooth products are designed, manufactured, assembled, packaged, and shipped from the same Minnesota shop.

Wolf Tooth Anodized Colors

All Wolf Tooth accessories, tools, and components that have multiple pieces are available as replacement parts as part of the Wolf Tooth Right To Repair Program. If your ReMote breaks after a crash, we’d rather have you replace just the affected part(s) instead of the entire assembly. This saves money, waste, and time for everyone involved. For the ReMote, the list of replacement parts includes all the little pieces that keep it operating smoothly, including the axle, bearing, M4 washer, and more. Even various conversion kits are available, so if you have a ReMote with a 22.2mm clamp now that you want to pair with Magura Brakes to simplify your cockpit, you can get just the necessary part.

The Limited Edition ReMote in red and green is available now on WolfToothComponents.com. These were made in a small batch and won’t be around for long.

Wolf Tooth ReMote



29 Comments

  • 30 1
 Happy Festivus for the rest of us.
  • 3 2
 joey doesn't share food
  • 23 1
 Wolf Tooth is the only manufacturer that makes a dropper remote integrated into a Magura brake clamp. And their photo shows it clamped to the bar next to a Magura brake...
  • 8 17
flag nickgarrison (Dec 7, 2021 at 11:59) (Below Threshold)
 A shame that Magura levers suck.
  • 3 0
 That's true of you want a direct mount option. However magura and lower end srams (level t for example) have the same eye to eye and you can use matchmaker clamps to integrate anything.
  • 2 0
 Works on Formula too!
  • 2 1
 Shigura is the way to go anyways. Better lever and you can pick which ispec you want to go with since most Shimano levers made in the past decade are functionally identical.
  • 5 1
 @nickgarrison: *in Trump voice* "Wrooong"
  • 2 0
 That is exactly what I thought. I run the combination of MT 7s with a Wolftooth lever. Works great, looks great
  • 1 0
 @nickfranko: shigura setup is the way to go. I’m running XT levers with my MT7 calipers and I can’t complain. Nearly everyone I know that has ran Magura levers have broken them quite easily.
  • 5 0
 Two questions
Which one makes you go faster?
Does green go w/purple?
Bonus (Dream) question::
Will it ship B4 nxt Christmas ?
  • 7 0
 I always change my dropper lever for Christmas. So essential!
  • 4 0
 Crazy that red is limited edition. Was hoping to see a gradient.
  • 4 0
 Port and starboard running lights (levers). For you nautical types.
  • 4 0
 Fake news! They are available in red OR green. Not red AND green.
  • 1 0
 Damn Wolftooth Components, you got me again! Once I saw the green one I had to order it...when are you going to make blue again? Earth day maybe?
  • 1 0
 I wish they'd bring back the orange one...I have one for one bike and I want another for the other bike. They're damned good levers.
  • 1 0
 Just bought an orange one (light action) from ProBikeSupply today. They show they have more in stock still.
  • 1 0
 @SqueakyWheel73: Too bad I didn't see this sooner because they don't seem to have them now, 10 hours later.
  • 2 0
 Dammit. I just bought a light action lever in black, for a bike with a DVO fork. Green would have been sweet.
  • 3 0
 Merry chrimbus
  • 1 0
 Happy Chrysler
  • 2 0
 #innovation
  • 1 0
 I cant stop the screw getting loose every 2 rides. What a mess.
  • 2 0
 Locktite. And if it isn't working for you, you're using it wrong.
  • 2 0
 I will admit this desighn of the one bolt for the lever running all the way through to work for the clamp too is bloody fiddly an frustrating. Maybe that could be why yours is working loose?
  • 1 0
 Looks great!
  • 1 0
 sheeba do deeba do
  • 1 0
 Gold is Festive...





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