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.

Leadville Turns to Stage Racing

The country’s highest and arguably best-known mountain bike race, The Leadville Trail 100 MTB (LT100), became a little more accessible this week as owner Life Time Fitness announced a new three-day...

Trek Backs 29+

Just three years after they launched, are 29+ bikes dead? Given the sudden momentum for 27.5+, we’d be tempted to say yes. Except that amid all the hype over the new standard, Trek last week...

Ghost Riot 9 LC

Given the Riot’s predilections for climbing and speed, it would make a good upgrade for riders with a cross-country background looking for a bit more forgiveness. On some level, though, we couldn’t...

27.5+ Complicates the Wheel Debate

After all the debate between 26-, 27.5-, and 29-inch wheels in recent years, probably the last thing any mountain biker wants is another wheel standard. But maybe the biggest news at this year’s Sea...

Disc Stopping Gets a Start

The UCI announced today that it is proceeding with plans to test and implement disc brake technology in professional road racing.

The Theft-Proof Bike

Seven grand might sound like a small fortune for a city bike, but the ST2 is no average commuter.

Glow-in-the-Dark Cyclists

Volvo has developed a non-permanent spray that adds nighttime reflectivity to any surface with the hope bikers will use it to make themselves more visible to drivers—and thus safer—when riding after...

The New Brain Injury Test for Cyclists

If you want a snapshot of the way head injuries were treated in professional cycling until very recently, start with the viral images of Chris Horner at the 2011 Tour de France.

First Look: Marin Fairfax SC6 DLX

With a constantly expanding stable of aging bikes, I’ve never completely taken seriously the idea of a dedicated city bike.