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.
City biking gear finally gets cool.
Dan Hughes, 44, four-time winner of Kansas’s Dirty Kanza 200, on cycling in the rough.
The best new road and mountain cleats.
Just in time for Bike to Work Day, Strava has unveiled a new service that it hopes will help cycling advocates and city planners improve the commuting experience for cyclists.
Don’t call it the SL5. The company says its new top-end race bike is neither lighter nor stiffer than its predecessor—it’s just better.
The Tour of Italy starts tomorrow. Here’s who to watch—and why to tune in at all.
In Ontario, a driver kills a cyclist, the cyclist’s family sues the driver, the driver sues right back, and we’re left wondering: Is there any redemption to be had?
The so-called father of the long-travel 29er is still quietly building one of the most capable five-inch trail bikes out there.
About a year after SRAM launched its dedicated XX1 drivetrain, the Japanese manufacturer is finally adding 1x11 functionality.
With the launch of the Salsa Bucksaw, the question shifts from whether fat bikes need full suspension to what’s a four-inch fattie capable of?
Meet the Mountainsmith Modular Hauler 4, an ingenious bag system comprised of four 26-liter zippered rectangular totes that nest in an open-top duffel.
Yeti is releasing two 27.5ers this season—the enduro-oriented 575 and the SB75. With five inches of travel, 650B wheels, and a sturdy alloy frame, the SB75 is a trail bike through and through.
The Uvex Sportstyle 202 Race Vario really beg the question of why you would ever opt for interchangeable lenses again.
In recent years, bicycle manufacturers have sunk lots of money into the endurance road category. These are bikes that, while still fast and light, are more compliant and comfortable than the average...
When I rolled to the finish of the AZT300 last April, I told myself I’d never do it again. You always say these things after completing an endurance feat. But this time I meant it.