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WTC continues with Olive the Limited Edition Colors, adds new ReMote & ReMote Light Action

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On top of making beautiful, functional parts in-house. Wolf Tooth Components can whip up batches of limited edition colors as they please. That includes their exceptional ReMote and ReMote Light Action dropper post levers which are now offered in Olive – a first for WTC.

WTC ReMote Olive

While previous colors have included teal, pink, purple, gold, green, and others, the new anodized Olive looks to be one of the more earthy colors. This will likely prove popular for those that want to add some color to their bike without it standing out.


Available in the original ReMote which was introduced in 2016 as the first dropper lever that utilized a sealed cartridge bearing for the lever, it’s also offered as the ReMote Light Action with a 10.8mm longer lever which results in a 25% reduction in force required to operate. It’s also a great option for those who need a longer lever to easily reach it with short thumbs or different cockpit setups.

WTC olive ReMote light action

Not only are all the parts available individually as repair pieces, but the lever has a breakaway axle pivot at the center of the bearing. In a crash, this is the most likely to break and is a simple replacement for just $4.95.

The levers also include a 22.2mm mounting clamp but are compatible with multiple brake clamps for integration with Shimano brakes that use I-Spec A, I-Spec B, I-Spec II, and I-Spec EV; SRAM MatchMaker and MatchMaker X; Magura; and Hope Tech 3 brakes. There’s also a 31.8mm clamp available for attaching a ReMote or ReMote Light Action to drop bars near the stem.

The Limited Edition Olive ReMote and ReMote Light Action are available now for $69.95 while they last.


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1 year ago

Digging the olive!

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