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.
This year’s Tour de France has proven mysterious to even the most knowledgeable cycling fanatics. So we imagine that to the outsider, the race must seem almost incomprehensible.
The 2014 Tour de France was turned on its head again today after Alberto Contador crashed on the rain-slicked descent of the day’s second-rated climb and was forced to abandon the race.
Chris Froome, winner of the 2013 Tour de France and odds-on favorite for overall victory in 2014, crashed twice on Stage 5 of the Tour and abandoned the race.
The hardest bike race in the world is currently underway, and we’re not talking about the Tour de France.
It’s a rare cyclist, who, at age 25 and only his second appearance in the Tour de France, can enter the world’s biggest bike race as a dedicated leader. But that’s just the situation Andrew Talansky...
Dispatches from the world’s toughest mountain bike race
Adventure road bikes are in, ‘cross bikes are still trending, disc brakes are coming to road bikes, and 26-inch-wheels are dying.
Here are some of new gadgets and toys for 2015 that we can't wait to get our hands on.
Whisky Parts Co., the boutique carbon bike and accessories manufacturer under the QBP umbrella, today unveiled the first-ever tubeless-ready carbon fiber fat bike rim.
At a wind tunnel in Scottsdale, Arizona, helmet and apparel manufacturer Giro released what it describes as the next iteration of the aero road helmet.
Take the biggest all-terrain road race in the country, ride the category-defining bike, throw in some kindly Midwestern spirit, and you’ve got a compelling case for gravel racing.
Enve—the Ogden, Utah-based purveyor of what are arguably the most sought-after carbon wheels on the market—has introduced a full remake of its mountain wheelset line.
The video of downhill pro Aaron Gwin racing at the World Cup without a tire is testament to just how good gear is getting.
Lighter, plusher, more refined—these six off-road ragers dazzled at our 2014 bike test.
We’ve been waiting more than a year to ride the Enduro 29. The delay has been partly a question of availability and crossed signals.