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.

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,...

Pivot Cycles Mach 4 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

CROSS-COUNTRY REVELATIONThe Mach 4 is the first cross-country offering from MTB-design legend Chris Cocalis's newly launched Pivot brand. It's built around the same dw-link platform as the Gear of...

Moots Zirkel - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

Attention, bicycle junkies: Whether you replace that quiver of bikes clogging your garage or just add to it, the Zirkel is for people who maintain a bike fund the way others stock a 401(k). This...

Mongoose Canaan Elite - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

ALL-AROUND PERFORMERAfter each ride, we had to check the price tag—could a bike this good cost this little? Not only did Mongoose equip this four-inch ride with a plush Fox RP2 rear shock and...

Sycip Diesel - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

Why pack 27 gears when you can crush your friends with just one? The Diesel's list of features reads like a single-speed mantra: slick Formula Oro Puro disc brakes, dual rear cogs (16 and 18) on back...

Lake CX400 - Cleats: Reviews

The features justify the price. You get a carbon sole, Boa ratcheting system, and thermomoldable footbed that can be custom-shaped for the ultimate fit, providing long-haul comfort for epic days. 9...

Castelli Free Bibshort - Clothing/Apparal: Reviews

The price promises a lot, and these shorts deliver. The bib is cut away in front to reduce binding and overheating, the fabric is impeccably sculpted to a riding position, and the chamois feels...

Titus El Guapo - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

PEDAL-FRIENDLY HEAVYWEIGHTSix-inch all-mountain bikes can be heavy and no fun to pedal, which is why they're generally reserved for car shuttles and ski lifts. Not so El Guapo. With oversized...

Schwinn Fastback Comp - Road Bikes: Reviews

Not everyone wants to race, so why are so many bikes constructed with aggressive angles and knee-wrecking gears? Schwinn felt your pain and responded with the Fastback Comp, a roadie with concessions...

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