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.
Regular 27.5 is so last year. Mid-fatties are now the sh*t.
Gravel grinders and disc brakes continue to take over, but throwbacks are also on the rise.
Behold the fat bike version of the motorcycle and sidecar.
A dropper seat post that’s easy to install and simple to switch between bikes.
LCD lenses make multi-lens glasses obsolete.
Battery-powered cycling apparel—it will keep you safer.
We’ve spent the past few days handing out Gear of the Show awards at Interbike, the massive annual cycling industry convention in Las Vegas. From a cutting-edge road kit with built-in lights to a fat...
Electronic shifting gets entirely rethought and goes wireless
These are the bikes and accessories you'll need to keep going when the pavement ends.
One of the all-around best trail bikes of the year.
Yes, road bike apparel looks ridiculous, but it’s a necessary tool.
These kits bring smart and innovative approaches, which is why they’ve quickly found their way to the top of my kit drawer.
Cycling sunglasses do more than shield your eyes from sun. They're also the only defense between you and every bullet-like projectile that gets kicked up by the wheels and blasted at your face.
One day our computers will revolt. Until then, they’re making our mountain bikes ride better than ever.
SRAM, the Chicago, Illinois-based bicycle component manufacturer, announced its first-ever electronic drivetrain, eTap Red, on Wednesday.