Kayenta Rear Tank Bag
Kayenta Rear Tank Bag
You asked, and we delivered. After months of requests for a rear-mount top tube bag to complement our Dakota Tank Bag, the Kayenta is here.
- Perfectly sized to fit many bikes and maximize volume without rubbing your knees
- Shaped to fit bikes with 90* top-tube/seat-tube angles, but also to fit smaller gusset designs
- Extremely durable, waterproof and water-resistant materials - more details here.
- Available in full-custom shapes to fit truly proprietary-shaped frames
"I couldn't be happier, very nicely done! Thanks so much for the great service, it's been a pleasure doing business with you!" -Greg H., Michigan
The Kayenta utilizes dead space between your bike's top tube and seat tube, strapping firmly to both to carry smaller items. Repair kits, tubes, multi-tools, snacks - all great ideas for Kayenta stowage. A padded spine and HDPE stiffeners protect your gear, your bike, and keep the Kayenta's shape extremely well, even when empty. Water-resistant zipper with a burly zipper garage make for a dust- and weather-solid bag. The rear strap is positionable to avoid seatpost clamps, dropper post collars, or anything else in the way. And the Kayenta utilizes Bedrock's standard tailored, clean aesthetic, looking good on just about any bike!
The Kayenta works well on two types of frames: 1) Any bike with a roughly 90* angle between top tube and seat tube, and no gusset; and, 2) Any bike with a similar angle and a small gusset (see Surly's hardtails with the brace tube, or Norco's full-suspension carbon bikes). The Kayenta does NOT work well with bikes that have extreme angles between the tubes, or large guessets (see Salsa's Ponyrustler, or Trek's Remedy line). For these types of bikes, we can build you a custom-shape Kayenta to fit perfectly on your rig - the process is similar to our custom frame bags. We will need you to complete our PicturePerfect photo template process - instructions here.
Weight: 115 grams / 4.0oz. Dimensions: 7" long, 5" tall, 2" wide. Made in Colorado, USA.
HOW TO USE
Install your Kayenta by wrapping the large velcro strap on the bottom of the bag around your bike's top tube, and cinch tight. (We make these straps long for various tube sizes; if installing on a steel bike, for example, you can cut the excess strap.) Wrap the velcro on the rear of the bag around your bike's seat tube or seatpost - you can reposition the rear strap as necessary.
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
Many of our products are named after geologic layers. "kay-ENTA" - a formation prominent in southeastern Utah, and common across the Colorado Plateau.
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