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.

Rapha Now Makes a (Sorta) Affordable Bike Kit

Rapha, the British purveyor of some of the most expensive cycling kit on the market, is bringing its wares to a broader audience this spring with the Core line. The collection of four pieces, which...

First Look: Ibis Mojo 3

We had high expectations when we received the new Mojo 3, which went on sale to the public this week. Once again, Ibis did not disappoint.

The Top 3 Winter Cycling Boots

This season, there’s a preponderance of new footwear for snow biking. We’ve had the chance to try a broad selection, and these are some of the most notable.

One Perfect Thing: Assos iJ.haBu5 Jacket

My closet is stuffed with dozens of jackets—waterproof-breathables and soft shells, synthetic thermals and downs, lightweight wind layers and wool—but if I were forced to get rid of all but one, I’d...

Mountain Bike Pioneer Kelly McGarry: A Remembrance

The mountain bike community is reeling after freerider Kelly McGarry passed away on Monday. Though it was initially erroneously reported that McGarry was killed in a crash, the Kiwi mountain biker...

6-Month Review: Specialized S-Works Fatboy

You will not find a better race bike than the S-Works Fatboy. It is astonishingly light, surprisingly nimble, and one hell of a conversation piece. Just as important, it’s an exemplar of the growth...

Outside’s 2016 Bike Test: Our Top MTB Picks So Far

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...