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.

The Best Fat Bikes of 2015

Big wheels aren’t only for snow anymore. These fat bike behemoths let you power over (or straight through) whatever's in your path.  

Road Bike Essentials for Fall

With mornings crisp and the evening chill coming on fast, this time of year can be both brilliant for riding as well as taxing.

Bontrager TLR Flash Charger

From the front, this thing looks like a standard pump, with a sturdy metal base, a thin, polished aluminum shaft, and a plastic handle—pretty standard stuff. But on the backside of the primary shaft...

Lazer Genesis Lifebeam

Electronics are becoming pervasive in cycling, from drivetrain components to mountain bike suspension and even plug-in apparel. So it was only a matter of time before someone wired up a helmet.

First Look: Lemond Washoe

In a tale of old is new again, Lemond Bicycles has announced that it will reenter the bike market this fall with a single, steel road frame, the Washoe.

The 5 Best Road Bikes of 2015

We prowled the floor of Interbike, the largest cycling trade show in the U.S., last week in search of the coolest road bikes for next season. Here are our top five picks. 

The 5 Best Mountain Bikes of 2015

We prowled the floor of Interbike, the largest cycling trade show in the U.S., last week in search of the coolest mountain bikes for next season. Here are our top five picks.

Gear of the Show 2014: Fly6

With the increasing incidence of cyclist-automobile conflicts, the Fly6 gives riders a proactive way to protect themselves.

Gear of the Show 2014: Stromer ST2

Unlike so many brands’ efforts, which are little more than bicycles with batteries tacked on, the Stromer ST2 is a purpose-made e-bike with next-gen features.

Gear of the Show 2014: Shimano XTR Di2

Having revolutionized road biking with electronic shifting, the Japanese manufacturer ups the innovation and wow-factor with its 11-speed Di2 mountain premier.

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