The Bodega full frame bags are the junk drawer for all of your bikepacking essentials and can fit provisions for an all day, overnight, or month long ride. Stash burritos, beverages, bags of ramen, and anything else you find fit to carry in our highest volume frame bag.
Fully adjustable/removable top tube strap design allows for the addition of top tube bags without conflicting strap placement
Hydration/wiring exit garage on main compartment zipper
Heavy Duty #10 YKK Uretek zippers
X-pac® VX21/VX42 fabrics
Mil-Spec Cordura® abrasion resistant fabric along tubing
Small and Medium - Single main compartment (drive side), full length map/flat pocket (non-drive side)
Large and XL - Double compartment (drive side) with trap door divider, full length map/flat pocket (non-drive side)
MADE IN THE U.S.A. of domestic and imported materials
Oveja Negra designs, manufactures, and sells top-shelf bikepacking bags out of their fun and bustling factory in Salida, CO. They are 16 people and 20 machines working their tails off to provide the best bags and customer service to riders worldwide. Since their start in 2012, they've been manufacturing bikepacking gear in the Upper Arkansas Valley of Colorado. When you purchase an Oveja Negra product, you are supporting their community. Thanks to you, they are able to provide thrive-able careers to people who live and play in their funky little mountain town. They're also committed to supporting other US manufacturers; this helps them limit the environmental impact of the transportation of raw goods as well as givingeveryone the peace of mind that their materials are produced ethically by companies who invest in their communities. Over 90% of their raw materials come from other domestic factories. Beyond their ethos of domestic manufacturing, quality is king at Oveja Negra. They are obsessive about the details and keep a close eye on every product. Their gear is designed, tested, and sewn by cyclists that work hard to insure your adventures go off without a hitch.
What does 'Oveja Negra' mean?
In short, Black Sheep. Oveja Negra loves their home in Southern Colorado, and the American West is so heavily influenced by its Spanish roots that they decided the Spanish translation to "Oveja Negra" was a good fit. They embrace being the black sheep of the biking and manufacturing worlds.