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.

Yes, Bikes Belong On Ski Hills

A late-summer weekend at Angel Fire bolsters our writer's belief in all the benefits of the bike park

The Singlespeed Wars

We pitted the Spot Honey Badger against the Jackal K9 in search of the finest one-geared ride. So which one’s tougher, dog or badger?

Racing the World's Best XC Bike

We rode the 2014 Epic at Specialized’s Leadville 100 launch and walked away wondering, as always, whether there’s any better race bike out there.

Salsa Revamps Its Mountain Line

On a riding trip in the north woods this summer, Salsa showed off deft new redesigns of its venerable Spearfish and Horsethief models

Previewing the USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Though the course of this race, which starts Monday, lacks a defining uphill finish, the strong field of contenders should make for exciting racing.

Testing the New Garmin Vector Pedals

Garmin finally released Vector, its pedal-based power meter system, to the public this week at a launch in Boulder, Colorado. We rode along to test them out.

Experience the Tour: Go to Paris

Just back from following Le Tour, our writer explains why every cyclist should book next year’s ticket to France now and offers up some tips for making the most of it