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.
You can do better than jeans and a T-shirt
The biggest beneficiaries of the great evolution in bike tech? Lower-cost rides.
The right stuff for road and trail
A cadre of upstart brands is shaking up cycling clothing. Thank God.
This is a road bike you can ride almost anywhere. We’ve done just that, and loved it at every turn.
The new generation of performance rides are faster, more comfortable, and more capable than ever.
Who says compound bows and bikes don't mix? (But seriously, this is fun.)
With the exorbitant cost of bikes these days, breaking into cycling can seem prohibitive. The good news: All the technology and development at the high end is finding it’s way down to bargain bikes,...
The Stumpjumper’s massive tire clearance and innovative frame design won over pretty much every tester who tried it during our recent test in Sedona, Arizona.
Ortlieb just launched a line of out-of-the-box packs for bikepacking that should make it easier for even more people to get out on two-wheeled adventures.
SRAM took almost seven years longer than Shimano to release an electronic group set. But after nearly six months and over 1,000 miles of testing it, we can say—resoundingly—that it was worth the wait...
The Uvex Variotronic S cycling shades use e-tint technology, which allows the lenses to instantly toggle between 16- and 64-percent light transmission with the press of a button.
Titanium hard tails might seem like an anachronism in this day of full-carbon, full-suspension, all-mountain machines. But the Viral Skeptic—with plus-size tires, belt drive, Pinion gearbox, and all-...
Last week, get on the Domane SLR and can confirm that the bike is, indeed, a wild piece of engineering.
Behold the best value in cycling: a $5,500 high-performance racer from the world's biggest bike company