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.

Need Bike Clothes? Go Grocery Shopping.

Lidl, a German grocer and Pro Tour sponsor that recently opened in the US, is launching a line of bike apparel and equipment that could save you hundreds over the competition

Our Favorite New Road Bike Has 26-Inch Wheels

Rawland, a ten-year-old company with a penchant for fine steel and Norse mythology, started before "gravel" was a thing and now makes some highly unconventional but very quality small-batch bikes....

Should You Buy a Plus-Size Mountain Bike?

If you live somewhere with loose terrain, like the jangling rocks in Tucson and Phoenix or the gravelly kitty litter in Los Alamos, New Mexico, plus-size tires will make a difference. But if you live...

Bikes Are Getting Cheaper. Really.

Canyon, which will begin selling in the United States this August, is on the front line of a trend in the cycling world that aims to deliver high-quality bikes for less by selling directly to...

Here's More Proof that 29ers Are the Fastest

Even though studies have shown that 29er mountain bikes are faster in cross-country races, die-hard proponents of 26, then 27.5, always cited the downhill market’s preference for smaller wheels as...

Six-Month Review: Wilier Triestina Cento 10 Air

If I were looking for a single bike to race, the Cento 10 Air would top my list. In a crowded market of good, fast bikes, it stands out for both its blinding speed and its confidence, as well as its...

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