Aaron Gulley

Aaron Gulley

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.

First Look: Pivot Switchblade

This is the year of the plus-size mountain bike—fully half of our test bikes for the next summer Buyer’s Guide are coming equipped with mid-fat wheels. Over a recent long weekend in Sedona, Arizona,...

REI Wants to Become Your Go-To Local Bike Shop

REI announced last month that it has killed off its in-house Novara brand, launched a completely redesigned range of bikes under the new Co-op Cycles marque, and is throwing its weight and resources...

SRAM Eagle Will Make Your Front Derailleur Obsolete

Having logged three months and nearly 500 miles aboard an XX1 Eagle drivetrain, I can honestly say that SRAM has finally created a single-ring setup that is a viable solution for everyone. This could...

The Coolest Bike Tools of 2017

We spent days walking the aisles of Interbike and these were the 10 most intriguing new bits and pieces we found

The Best Cold-Weather Biking Gear of 2017

Riding in winter doesn't have to be painful. [photo]2122076[/photo] Rapha Pro Team Thermal Aerosuit Think of this one-piece as a nordic skin suit for cyclists. It’s...

One Perfect Thing: Kitsbow Icon Shirt

I always feel a little melancholy at the arrival of fall, with shorter days, cooler temperatures, and fluctuating weather marking the end of big summer adventures. But if there’s one thing I look...

Six-Month Review: Trek Procaliber SL

This is simultaneously the fastest mountain bike I’ve ridden in years, as well as the most comfortable hardtail race bike. For those after a fleet, hard-charging machine that punishes the competition...


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