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.
In a time when “enduro” has become a tired epithet, the Nomad virtually reclaims the genre with downhill manners equal to any big bike and a weight that rivals many trail machines
The bikepacking market is overlooked and underserved, so it’s impossible for us to dislike the Sherpa.
Putting the new Salsa Cutthroat through its paces on the Tour Divide.
It’s taken a decade, but an American is finally riding out of Lance Armstrong’s shadows and putting the US back in contention at the world’s biggest bike race.
This year’s Tour de France is starting to look more like a bumper-car rink gone wrong than a bike race.
Lael Wilcox, a relatively unknown 28-year-old woman from Anchorage, Alaska, shattered the three-year-old women’s Tour Divide record on her rookie attempt.
Earlier this week, Josh Kato, a 40-year-old nurse from Washington State, won this year’s edition of the Tour Divide, setting a new course record of 14 days, 11 hours, and 37 minutes.
Know what you need more of in your summer? Mountain biking. So, here are ten of our favorite mountain biking trails.
If you ride Specialized’s new suite of aerodynamic products, you will be five minutes faster on a 40-kilometer time trial than if you’d ridden the company’s comparable, non-aero bikes and gear.
Aaron Gwin is becoming the master of mechanicals, especially on the Leogang, Austria, World Cup downhill course. A year after his 2014 run on a flat tire at the event, Gwin won the 2015 contest...
With it’s new 29+ Stache, Trek has built a plus-size bike that’s so nimble and comfy that we can’t see ever going back to skinny tires
On the eve of the 2015 Tour Divide, Salsa is rolling out a new mountain bike that they are calling the ultimate tool for the 2,780-mile race down the crest of North America. Just for good measure,...
From the minds of the guys at Oskar Blues, the Longmont, Colorado, brewery that delved into small-batch single speeds a couple years back, comes the biggest, burliest, most ridiculous fat bike we’ve...
On Sunday, Alberto Contador sealed a mostly resounding overall victory at the 2015 Giro d’Italia.
When Specialized debuted the new Stumpjumper a few months ago in New Zealand, they announced 27.5+ versions of the bike and it’s women’s counterpart, the Rhyme, but had no working 6Fatties—the name...