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.
With a constantly expanding stable of aging bikes, I’ve never completely taken seriously the idea of a dedicated city bike.
Like many European brands, BMC was late to the 29er table. Once they threw the weight of their fastidious engineering department behind the wheel size, however, they nailed it.
No other full suspension bike has that sort of space, and the fact that the company even packed their SWAT box storage solution into the frame kind of seems like they were thumbing their noses a bit...
The fact is, single-speeding is hard, it takes a toll on the body, and unless you are fit for it, you’re likely to get injured. Then at the bike test, the Spot Cream SS showed up, and I fell right...
An electronic suspension may sound convoluted, but the French manufacturer shows that it’s the future
The most winning cyclist in history is returning to his racing roots with a line of steel bikes, starting with the small-batch, boutique Eddy70 to commemorate his 70th birthday.
The GT Grade Carbon Ultegra was among the tester favorites.
The HD3 puts the “all” in all-mountain.
One of the most interesting bikes we tested this year was Boo’s hard tail RS-M 29er, which mates bamboo tubing to carbon wrap lugs.
The Mach 4 Carbon was perhaps our most anticipated bicycle of the year as it was the only bike we received with the new Shimano XTR Di2 drivetrain.
Though many road riders are still resistant to disc brakes, judging by the crop of 2015 road bikes in this year’s test, this technology is here to stay.
I’ve slept 24 hours in the last two nights, which might sound ridiculously luxurious until you consider that I barely got that much sleep total in the 7 days beforehand.
Traveling for race day? A well-stocked dopp kit is your secret weapon.
Volvo has announced a joint venture with communications giant Ericsson and helmet innovator POC to wirelessly link cyclists and cars in an effort to prevent collisions.