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Deck your bars with festive ReMote colors from WTC, plus new ShiftMounts for Drop Bars

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Even if you don’t plan on dressing up your bike for the holidays, you might be interested in the latest drop from Wolf Tooth Components. Starting today, they will be offering Red and Green versions of their excellent dropper post ReMotes—for a limited time of course.

Wolf Tooth Components red and green remote colors dropper lever

Available in both ReMote and ReMote Light Action, these festive dropper levers are only available with a 22.2mm clamp. However, they can be adapted to work with the other mounting options from WTC with the right hardware. The red and green colors match existing WTC red and green parts and accessories, so you can go all-in on red or green if that’s your thing.

Apparently, the first time WTC has ever offered a green dropper lever, these are only going to be offered in a limited quantity. Once they’re gone, WTC says they won’t be “back for a while.” Pricing is the same as their standard black options, with both selling for $69.95 each.

Drop Bar Shiftmounts WTC MTB shifter on dropbar

Want to add mountain bike shifters to a drop bar? If so, WTC is adding another ShiftMount option to get it done. Paul Components has offered a similar option for years, but only for SRAM.

WTC ShiftMount Shimano SRAM

WTC had previously introduced a 22.2mm ShiftMount which was meant for mounting various shifters to flat bars. This new option uses a 31.8mm clamp to allow for MTB shifters on drop bars. The new Wolf Tooth 31.8 Clamp ShiftMounts are available to fit either SRAM MatchMaker/MatchMake X or Shimano I-SPEC EV shifters.

WTC Shimano MTB shifter on dropbar

31.8mm mount for Shimano MTB shifter

Designed for use with the right (rear) shifter, and position the shifter next to the stem for access when you’re riding on top of the bars. Each ShiftMount option sells for $39.95, is made in Minneapolis, and is available now.



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Henry Krates
Henry Krates
2 years ago

Drop bar shift mounts. Great to see them from WTC, bet they sell oodles of ’em.

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