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.

The Search for the Ultimate Camp Chair

I always thought taking off in an Airstream would mean sitting less—no fixed office, desk be damned—but even on the road you still have to sit down and crack out work daily. (No, I still haven’t come...

The 2017 Road Bikes We're Most Excited About

A crew of Outside testers just spent nearly two weeks in Sedona, Arizona, testing a full fleet of 2017’s top bikes. Nowadays, there are so many good options it’s hard to go wrong. That said, a...

The 13 Best Gifts for Cyclists

The mad scramble to get the Christmas shopping done is upon us. To help you take care of your cyclist friends and family, I’ve listed several pieces of gear they’ll be excited to get in their...

Tested: Nemo's New Bikepacking Camping Gear

This year, on my bow elk hunt in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Colorado, I decided to try out Nemo's new bikepacking range. This includes a sleeping bag and pad combo, a one-person bug bivy that...

One Perfect Thing: Bell Super 3R

I’m still as fired up about the Super series as I was when Bell launched the original three years ago. I’ve been wearing the first-gen Super 2, and subsequently the Super 2R, which added a removable...

First Look: Pivot Switchblade

This is the year of the plus-size mountain bike—fully half of our test bikes for the next summer Buyer’s Guide are coming equipped with mid-fat wheels. Over a recent long weekend in Sedona, Arizona,...

REI Wants to Become Your Go-To Local Bike Shop

REI announced last month that it has killed off its in-house Novara brand, launched a completely redesigned range of bikes under the new Co-op Cycles marque, and is throwing its weight and resources...

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