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 2014 Felt AR2 looks as sleek and aggressive as a stealth bomber. And the likeness held up after a few months of riding, with almost every tester who’s tried it impressed by this aero bike’s speed.
It makes you faster. It lessens the sting of road rash. It’s a rite of passage. Compelling reasons for cyclists to shave their legs abound. Here’s the best stuff to shine them up right.
This winter, Boo Bicycles—the Colorado-based manufacturer of bamboo bikes—unveiled a one-off fat bike customized for ski mountaineering.
This bike is an excellent rock-crawler that skitters through tough trail like a mountain goat and hands out confidence like lottery winnings.
The Pearl Izumi X-Project bridges the gap between soft hikers and stiff race models with their rigid carbon midsoles.
Peter Sagan will race this radical, genre-bending frame design in his 2014 Belgian classics campaign. And if it’s good enough for Sagan…
Cyclists took advantage of little snow, high pressure, and hardpack conditions to lay down what may stand for a long time as the fastest Iditarod Trail Invitational ever.
If you’re one of those curmudgeons still skeptical of the fat bike movement, take note: It’s just getting bigger. Fat bikes now have their own national championship.
When we first saw a prototype of the Torch T1 at Interbike 2012, we were so excited by the concept that we awarded it Gear of the Show. Now it's finally going to market.
A first look at the Fi'zi:k R3 Uomo premium road shoe.
If 24-hour racing is dying, why is Old Pueblo thriving?
The new titanium Viaje looks to keep the soft and supple ride of the original while trimming out excess weight.
SoCal startup IVI brings quality without sacrificing cool
Outside reviews the Wilier GTS.
Win the heart of your favorite cyclist with the new Calfee-Ellsworth Witness.