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.

The Hardest Fatbike Race

This new short film captures the addictive nature and crushing difficulty of the Arrowhead 135.

The 10 Hottest Mountain Bikes of 2014

These are the 10 mountain bikes we couldn't wait to get our hands on in 2014. Stay tuned for reviews, but for now check out which bikes made our shortlist.

The 10 Hottest Road Bikes of 2014

These are the 10 bikes we couldn't wait to get our hands on in 2014. Stay tuned for reviews, but for now check out which bikes made our shortlist.

Inside the 2014 Outside Bike Test

Outside Magazine tests 60 of 2014's best bikes in Tuscon, Arizona, to help you determine which mountain and road bikes you should buy.

The World's Best CX Bike

How good is the Trek Boone? On it’s first day in the pro ranks, this new bicycle racked up two World Cup wins.

The Best Cycling Gear of 2013

The fact is, most gear these days is pretty darn good. But every year there are a handful of products that stand out because they transform a category or simply because they are better than anything...

The Six-Month Test: Trek Domane 6.9

With a sublime mix of comfort and speed, this bump-silencing road bike could very well be the model that makes endurance bikes cool and pervasive.

The Cyling Onsie Arrives

Laugh all you want, but the Castelli Sanremo Thermosuit one-piece might be the warmest winter cycling outfit we’ve tried

The War on Specialized

We spoke with Specialized CEO Mike Sinyard and Café Roubaix owner Dan Richter about the Roubaix trademark dispute they’ve been locked in and how they managed to resolve it