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.
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.
Cyclists would do well to avoid Houston, Texas, at least according to a new survey by AutoVantage that rated city drivers on a host of driving behaviors related to road rage.
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.
The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), cycling’s governing body, recently announced that it’s changed the rules for the Hour Record—an event that pits a cyclist against the clock to see how far he...
This new cycling GPS is so powerful and fully featured that it’s almost ahead of its time.
With a new smart drivetrain concept, the Japanese component manufacturer unveils electronic shifting for mountain bikes.
One enterprising California artist is making custom-painted helmets, bike frames, and saddles for all.
Electronic suspension for mountain bikes might sound excessively complicated, but Magura’s wireless system is quick, light, and impressively simple.
He's not one to take up the spotlight, but the Team Garmin-Sharp rider turns heads anyway.
From a speedy dream piece to the most versatile road ride we’ve ever tested, this year’s best bikes meet the needs of every cyclist.
Yes, 29ers can turn just fine. No, 26ers aren’t alive and well. Now would everyone please just pick your favorite bike, shut up, and ride?