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.
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,...
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...
On Sunday, Alberto Contador sealed a mostly resounding overall victory at the 2015 Giro d’Italia.
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...
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.
Professional cycling, which has been in a PR tailspin for years with all its doping woes, gave itself another black eye yesterday at the Giro d’Italia.
Just when I was convinced that Specialized had built the ultimate trail bike in the Enduro 29, the company announces the 2016 Stumpjumper FSR. This was the first mass-production mountain bike when it...
The Bikepacking Essentials of 2015
2015 Gear of the Year Winner: Salsa Cycles Bucksaw Carbon
Electronic shifting, fat tires, and stronger wheels make the latest mountain bikes funner than ever.
2015 Gear of the Year Winner: GT Grade Carbon
Halo-bike technology comes to the masses at last.
The Commuting Essentials of 2015
The Road Biking Essentials of 2015