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.
When someone stacks cheater stones and creates ride-arounds, they are destroying a resource.
As bike editor for Outside, I have ridden the world over, and if there is a better place for cyclists to winter, I do not know it.
Lael Wilcox talks about cycling in the nonchalant, unflappable way that Steven Hawking probably discusses theoretical physics.
Thirty miles off an already inhospitable stretch of Interstate 10, Safford is a town I never would have happened upon except that friends told me of a fantastical road bike climb there called Mt....
Here are a few models that I rode and loved but, for one reason or another, just missed the cut. That doesn't mean these aren't great rides though.
Two weeks of riding at our bike test is a great opportunity to put all the latest offerings—from apparel to footwear, dropper posts to forks—through their paces.
The Factor One not only nails the speed component but is also plenty light (15.7 pounds for size 56) and luxury car smooth on the road.
The delight of getting a new truck was tempered, at least a little bit, by the realization that our big investment was about to get even bigger.
What’s old is new and sexy again with this steel all-road ride.
Of all the mountain bikes in the test, the Marin Wolf Ridge 9 was the one I most anxious to ride.
Jen and I traded the Colorado for a Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD. And it was the best decision ever. So what changed?
The case of Chris Froome’s adverse salbutamol test at the 2017 Vuelta a España took another turn last week when reports surfaced that the Briton will argue that he was over the limit for the drug due...
Bike fitting is perhaps the most underrated and overlooked aspect of consumer cycling.
We ride the crap out of the gear and pick the stuff that performs best.