Do you like or need to plan your motorcycle vacations well in advance? We at American Iron Magazine understand and would like to share these dates here for the Daytona Beach Bike Week, the Daytona 200 motorcycle races, and Biketoberfest for the next few years. 2015 Daytona Motorcycle Dates Daytona Biketoberfest dates are October 15-18, […]
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Isle of Man: Victory Racing has charged forward in its second practice with Guy Martin replacing injured William Dunlop to ride his first ever lap of the TT course on an electric motorcycle. William fell from his Tyco BMW S1000RR at Laurel Bank in the morning’s Superstock practice lap and was taken to Nobles hospital. […]
Motorcyclists often slow down by downshifting or merely rolling off the throttle, thus not activating the rear brake light.
Following the terrific popularity of past issues of our American Iron Garage newsstand speiclas, we at American Iron Magazine are publishing 3 issues of our all-tech Harley magazine in 2015. These are newsstand specials and are not included with subscriptions. The first issue of 2015 is now on sale. THE ALL TECH HARLEY DO-IT-YOURSELF MAGAZINE […]
American motorcycle manufacturer Victory Motorcycles has successfully run its two electric bikes in the first practice session ahead of the Isle of Man TT Zero race. Six electric motorcycle racers set out on the practice, but only three crossed the line. Two of the three were Victory machines. Getting both bikes back across the line and […]
Because of its smaller size, a motorcycle may look farther away than it is.
TAKING AIM, by Chris Maida, Editor I’ve been getting lots of letters lately from readers concerned that since Motorcycle Bagger has been discontinued, we’re going to flood American Iron with suitcases, as one reader called them. I guess they’re reacting to Buzz’s column in Issue #323, where he stated that we were going to start […]
SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher I was riding streetbikes in the 1970s when the first gas and oil crisis hit America. If you’re of a certain age, you probably can recall the OPEC embargo and subsequent gas rationing that followed. Our government decided for us that we had to line up for hours at […]