Frame bags turn your El Mariachi, Fargo, or Mamasita into an even more capable tool for adventure. Think of a frame bag as a softer sort of bike rack. Carry gear, clothing, or a hydration bladder within your front triangle. Extremely durable fabric and zippers result in a product that will see you through many miles.

  • Designed and manufactured for Salsa by Revelate Designs®
  • Designed to fit Salsa El Mariachi, Fargo, and Mamasita bicycles
  • Non-flared front section eliminates leg interference
  • Driveside zippered access to main compartment area
  • Non-driveside zippered access to smaller, essentials pocket
  • Sizes Medium through X-Large feature vertical Velcro divider in main compartment for load control and gear division
  • Yellow bag interior for visibility
  • Water-resistant zippers with zipper garages help keep your gear dry
  • Strategically placed Velcro attachment points avoid cable guide braze-ons and secure the bag and load
  • Sewn-on Salsa/Revelate Designs label
  • Compatible with Revelate Designs Gas Tank™ accessory item
  • Main body constructed of Dimension Polyant VX 42 material for scuff, tear, and water-resistance
  • High-quality YKK water-resistant zippers (#10 size for main compartment, #8 size for smaller pocket)
  • Padded downtube and seat tube sections protect the load and the frame at the water bottle boss areas
  • Ballistic nylon downtube and seat tube sections minimize wear for longer frame bag lifespan


  • BG5700 fits El Mariachi/Mamasita size XS
  • BG5701 fits El Mariachi/Fargo/Mamasita size SM
  • BG5702 fits El Mariachi/Fargo/Mamasita size MD
  • BG5703 fits El Mariachi/Fargo/Mamasita size LG
  • BG5704 fits El Mariachi/Fargo/Mamasita size XL

Click here for more detailed sizing info

NOTE: Frame bags will wear your frame’s finish through repetitive rubbing as the bike is ridden. This wear can be minimized by using clear tape where the frame bag comes in contact with the frame, but cannot be entirely avoided. Wear to your frame from a frame bag is not covered under warranty. Our take on the matter is this: A bike that gets ridden a lot should look like it gets ridden a lot!