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 Outside Magazine bike test is upon us again. It’s that time of year when we circle up a fleet of the coming season’s most interesting bikes and beat the bejeezus out of them in the name of...
It’s miserable outside, but that’s no excuse to not be on your bike.
This short-travel 29er isn’t just the most technologically advanced race bike on the market. It’s also way more fun than most XC rigs.
Whatever you're looking for, one of these pieces of innovative gear will do the job.
Hunting is growing beyond its hook-and-bullet roots, thanks to outdoor inventions like the fat bike.
Make sure the bike lovers in your family get exactly what they want this Christmas.
A small team of mountain bikers went on an expedition to the Simien Mountains of northern Ethiopia. The stated goal was to summit the country’s highest peak, 14,928-foot Ras Deshan, and ride back...
A bike that sits right in the sweet spot between fast and capable.
Like an XC bike dressed up in trail accoutrements, this short-travel 29er highlights the industry trend toward longer, more capable machines.
Riding in the snow should be fun, not uncomfortable.
Presenting the ultimate winter workhorse for 2016.
There was no better bike for this 116-mile gravel race though the back roads of Vermont.
Diamondback now builds the best budget-conscious bike we’ve ever ridden.
Q36.5 changes the paradigm in fit, comfort, and performance.
Overcoming histories of poor reliability and performance, these revamped mountain bike parts are worth a fresh look.