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.

SRAM Goes Electric and Wireless

SRAM, the Chicago, Illinois-based bicycle component manufacturer, announced its first-ever electronic drivetrain, eTap Red, on Wednesday.

First Look: The New Yeti SB4.5C

Eurobike starts today, and Golden, Colorado-based Yeti is launching a new 29er to kick off the show. We’ve been riding one for a few weeks, and so far, it’s one of the most versatile trail bikes we’...

The $2,000 Roof Rack

Whispbar makes gorgeous, finely honed bike and gear carriers. But are they worth the premium price?

The Perfect Bike Commuting Kit

Bike commuting is a lot more fun with the right setup. This gear will not only get you to work, but get you there in style.

Santa Cruz Nomad Review

In a time when “enduro” has become a tired epithet, the Nomad virtually reclaims the genre with downhill manners equal to any big bike and a weight that rivals many trail machines

How Lael Wilcox Crushed the Tour Divide

Lael Wilcox, a relatively unknown 28-year-old woman from Anchorage, Alaska, shattered the three-year-old women’s Tour Divide record on her rookie attempt.

King of the World's Hardest Mountain Bike Race

Earlier this week, Josh Kato, a 40-year-old nurse from Washington State, won this year’s edition of the Tour Divide, setting a new course record of 14 days, 11 hours, and 37 minutes.


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