Aaron Gulley

Aaron Gulley

Author's Bio

Aaron Gulley is a Nigerian-born travel and adventure writer. He has covered the world from Bali to Namibia for Outside and writes a regular column for the magazine about cycling and bike culture.

Tested: Rocky Mountain Sherpa

The bikepacking market is overlooked and underserved, so it’s impossible for us to dislike the Sherpa.

How Lael Wilcox Crushed the Tour Divide

Lael Wilcox, a relatively unknown 28-year-old woman from Anchorage, Alaska, shattered the three-year-old women’s Tour Divide record on her rookie attempt.

King of the World's Hardest Mountain Bike Race

Earlier this week, Josh Kato, a 40-year-old nurse from Washington State, won this year’s edition of the Tour Divide, setting a new course record of 14 days, 11 hours, and 37 minutes.

This Is How You Win a DH Bike Race Without a Chain

Aaron Gwin is becoming the master of mechanicals, especially on the Leogang, Austria, World Cup downhill course. A year after his 2014 run on a flat tire at the event, Gwin won the 2015 contest...

Will This Bike Win the Tour Divide?

On the eve of the 2015 Tour Divide, Salsa is rolling out a new mountain bike that they are calling the ultimate tool for the 2,780-mile race down the crest of North America. Just for good measure,...

First Look: REEBdonkadonk

From the minds of the guys at Oskar Blues, the Longmont, Colorado, brewery that delved into small-batch single speeds a couple years back, comes the biggest, burliest, most ridiculous fat bike we’ve...

First Ride: Specialized 6Fattie

When Specialized debuted the new Stumpjumper a few months ago in New Zealand, they announced 27.5+ versions of the bike and it’s women’s counterpart, the Rhyme, but had no working 6Fatties—the name...

Rise of the Trail Helmet

​After years of chasing the lightest, most minimal shapes and sizes for XC riders, helmet companies have turned to building lids with more rear coverage and added safety features.

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