New Faces at American Iron?

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher Our job is to educate and entertain our readers The life cycles of a magazine must be active and evolving to survive in today’s harsh print environment. We have a new opportunity every four weeks to present this publication in fresh and interesting ways. And as the final decision […]

Forced Integration

RIDE TO WORK This is where you learn that FedEx is your friend In this issue I’d like to tell you about an important lesson I’ve learned recently. Actually, I learned the lesson long ago, but somehow I keep forgetting it, and life has to give me a refresher course from time to time. Even […]

What’s In The Works For 2017?

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher Let’s start the new year by thanking our great readers and advertisers This first issue of the year is a good time to look forward with anticipation. It’s also a good one to take stock and review our past. I founded TAM Communications in a spare bedroom over my […]

Motorcycle Bagger Bargain Bag – ON SALE!

Do you ride an American motorcycle bagger? Want to check out some great custom baggers and bagger tech? Love a great deal? Love a great deal on high quality motorcycle magazines focused on baggers? Check out the special deal from Greaserag.com. 20 Motorcycle Bagger issues PLUS a free copy of American Glory – 100 Years […]

American Iron Magazine & Greenwich Concours Bike Show

Have you ever been to a Concours d’Elegance? American Iron Magazine and Greenwich Concours is working together to promote show quality motorcycles in a high-profile manner at this year’s event. The annual event will be held June 3 & 4, 2017 in Greenwich, CT. Saturday will be focused on American vehicles (Harley, Indian, Excelsior, Pope, […]

H-D Oil Temp Gauge Install (Intro)

By Chris Maida Swap out that air temperature gauge for a much more useful oil temperature gauge! If you own a twin cam touring model with a fairing, you have the not-so-useful air temperature gauge that comes standard with the gauge package. But do you really need a gauge to tell you it’s 100 freakin’ […]

AirFX USA Rear Air Suspension System Install (Intro)

By Chris Maida Revamping the rear of a 2002 Electra Glide In this part of our ongoing series on reworking a 2002 Electra Glide, we’re going to finish the AirFX front and rear air suspension system install we started two issues ago. In that article, we showed you how to bolt on a set of […]

2016 Harley XL1200CX Roadster Review

CX in the city, a roadster for the road  –  by Dain Gingerelli  According to Harley-Davidson’s promotional literature the new XL1200CX Roadster is aimed dead-square at young riders, often termed Millennials. But tell that to the older guy — think Baby Boomer—who cast an envious eye on the Roadster, with its Velocity Red Sunglo paint […]

Water vs Oil Cooled Heads: Caption Correction for American Iron Magazine Issue 343

To err is human, to forgive divine – Alexander Pope While each issue of American Iron Magazine goes through a rigorous editing process, sometimes things slip through the cracks unnoticed until after the fact. Such was the case with the captions on Donny Peterson’s well-written article about Harley’s new Milwaukee-Eight Engine. The typo occurred on […]

American Iron News: “Bad Biker”Gun Targets Discontinued

Were motorcycle riders being portrayed as “bad bikers” worth shooting and possibly killing by police in training? That is a question we at American Iron Magazine posed on line yesterday when we were shown Baker Targets “bad biker” targets for sale for gun training. In case you were wondering about the red dots they print on […]