Aaron Gulley

Aaron Gulley

Author's Bio

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.

How Lael Wilcox Crushed the Tour Divide

Lael Wilcox, a relatively unknown 28-year-old woman from Anchorage, Alaska, shattered the three-year-old women’s Tour Divide record on her rookie attempt.

King of the World's Hardest Mountain Bike Race

Earlier this week, Josh Kato, a 40-year-old nurse from Washington State, won this year’s edition of the Tour Divide, setting a new course record of 14 days, 11 hours, and 37 minutes.

This Is How You Win a DH Bike Race Without a Chain

Aaron Gwin is becoming the master of mechanicals, especially on the Leogang, Austria, World Cup downhill course. A year after his 2014 run on a flat tire at the event, Gwin won the 2015 contest...

Will This Bike Win the Tour Divide?

On the eve of the 2015 Tour Divide, Salsa is rolling out a new mountain bike that they are calling the ultimate tool for the 2,780-mile race down the crest of North America. Just for good measure,...

First Look: REEBdonkadonk

From the minds of the guys at Oskar Blues, the Longmont, Colorado, brewery that delved into small-batch single speeds a couple years back, comes the biggest, burliest, most ridiculous fat bike we’ve...

First Ride: Specialized 6Fattie

When Specialized debuted the new Stumpjumper a few months ago in New Zealand, they announced 27.5+ versions of the bike and it’s women’s counterpart, the Rhyme, but had no working 6Fatties—the name...

Rise of the Trail Helmet

​After years of chasing the lightest, most minimal shapes and sizes for XC riders, helmet companies have turned to building lids with more rear coverage and added safety features.

Cycling Is Its Own Worst Enemy

Professional cycling, which has been in a PR tailspin for years with all its doping woes, gave itself another black eye yesterday at the Giro d’Italia.