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.
The UCI announced today that it is proceeding with plans to test and implement disc brake technology in professional road racing.
Portland regularly tops the list of America’s most road bike-friendly cities, but that goodwill apparently doesn’t extend to mountain bikers.
Seven grand might sound like a small fortune for a city bike, but the ST2 is no average commuter.
This bike is named after Eddy Merckx’s victory on Stage 17 of the 1969 Tour de France.
Volvo has developed a non-permanent spray that adds nighttime reflectivity to any surface with the hope bikers will use it to make themselves more visible to drivers—and thus safer—when riding after...
It’s hard to comprehend just how good mountain bikes have gotten in the past few years, thanks to lighter, stiffer frames and wheels and ever-improving components.
In the scrum of 30-some test mountain bikes we tried this season, the Jones Plus stood out like a zombie at the high school prom.
If you want a snapshot of the way head injuries were treated in professional cycling until very recently, start with the viral images of Chris Horner at the 2011 Tour de France.
On the list of new anti-doping measures announced by the UCI, nighttime testing and renewed oversight of drug exemptions are stirring some controversy.
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.
With a constantly expanding stable of aging bikes, I’ve never completely taken seriously the idea of a dedicated city bike.
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.