Aaron Gulley

Aaron Gulley

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.


Lightweight Gear for Life on the Road

Gear continues to get lighter and more compact. Warm sleeping bags now stuff smaller than cinnamon rolls. Tents weigh less than the poles alone did when I was young. With some careful curating, you...

Don't Camp at Walmart

Staying in a parking lot with others is like eating fast food: sure it’s easy, but a visit to the grocery store will produce healthier—if simpler—food and leave you feeling better afterward.

What's the Deal with Niner's New Ownership?

After months of uncertainty, Niner, the Colorado-based bike company that helped to establish 29-inch wheels in the industry, has been purchased by UWHK Ltd., whose parent company also owns Dayton,...

The 3 Best Headlamps for #Vanlife

From digging around in the back of the truck after dark to piloting singletrack through the night, modern headlamps are probably one of the most indispensable and underrated tools for being in the...

Testing the All New Trek Checkpoint

When Trek announced the Checkpoint, which appeared to be a gravel-specific platform based on the Domane, I was exultant. This bike had the potential to be the definitive all-surface road bike: light...

Will the Tour de France Really Bar Froome?

With no end in sight to the question over Chris Froome's September 7, 2017, Vuelta a España blood sample, which showed twice the permissible limit for the asthma drug salbutamol, racing officials...

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