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.

Specialized Instinct - Helmets: Reviews

MountainAnticipating a trip to Moab in July? The Instinct's cooling system has gaping channels that funnel air through like a fan. www.specialized.comBonus: The on-off mountain visor is fast and easy.

Assos Fl. Equipe Bib - Apparel: Reviews

You get Swiss precision detailing (incredible fit, impeccable flat stitching) with a price tag to match. This bib isn't cheap, but the full-coverage design and chamois are the most comfortable we've...

Specialized BG Pro Carbon - Cleats: Reviews

With help from the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine, Specialized has overhauled this shoe with a newly contoured last, orthopedic footbeds, and a foot-hugging closure. "The most comfortable cleat I...

Jamis Dakar XLT 1.0 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

If the thought of spending more for a quality bike than a decent used car makes you want to take up jogging, the Dakar will keep you on two wheels. The aluminum frame is stiff and responsive, and can...

Ellsworth Epiphany - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

The question: Do you buy a mountain bike with big travel or less weight, stable angles or lively handling? Ellsworth's Epiphany eliminates the compromise, riding an inspired line between cross-...

Felt Virtue Two - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

1. The Virtue Two debuts a radical new suspension system (dubbed Equilink) that offers more than five inches of active travel but has none of the drawbacks—no pedal feedback, no bob, and no...

Titus Modena - Road Bikes: Reviews

The Modena is the first carbon-fiber stock road bike from Titus, a company known for its formidable custom-made machines. That may sound like a come-down, but consider this: For half the cost of most...

Ventana El Capitan - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

As many manufacturers pare down their bikes, Ventana goes gleefully big. Bouncing into the growing 29er fray—these mountain bikes sport XXL wheels for higher clearance and better momentum than...

Ibis Mojo SL - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

1. The Mojo SL won this year's award for one simple reason: It defies all categories and excels in every condition. It's light enough to race cross-country, but with 5.5 inches of front and rear...

Giant Anthem 2 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

Meet the Houdini of bikes: On the trail, the Anthem is so smooth it feels as if the bike has disappeared beneath you. Giant brings Maestro, 2005's award-winning suspension, to 3.5 inches of travel,...

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