Harley-Davidson will fire up the riding season at Daytona Bike Week 2012 with a collection of the latest and greatest motorcycles and more at Riverfront Park on Beach Street and at Daytona International Speedway.
The custom bike show is open to any motorcycle dealer (franchise or independant) and sponsored by American Iron Magazine. Our editorial team will pick a number of the custom bikes in the show to photograph and feature in the pages of American Iron Magazine. Here is your chance to showcase your skills in American Iron Magazine, the best selling Harley magazine in the world.
Our editors are already working on an all new issue of American Iron Garage for 2012 and we encourage all our readers and advertisers to suggest articles and topics for us to cover in this all Harley tech, do-it-yourself magazine.
As motorcycle riders, we can choose to focus on our differences or our similarities. We have many choices in what we ride and how we view our riding style. Bagger, chopper, or bobber? Softail, Dyna, or Sportster? Stock or custom? Shiny and new or rusty and old? As the editors of this magazine, every few […]
I bought my first motorcycle in college in 1974. As the years rolled by, my desire to ride never lessened, but my ability to get the free time to hit the road did. Work, family, responsibilities. You know the drill. Even though I make my living in the motorcycle industry, I cherish the time I […]
The 40th anniversary Griffith Park (LA) Motorcycle Sidecar Rally wll be held November 6, 2011 ans is well worth chacking out. Free to spectators and lots of fun. Info Doug Bingham at 818 780 5542 or email email@example.com
Cycle World, the best selling motorcycle magazine in the world was sold earlier this year by French Hachette to American publisher Hearst along with more than a dozen other magazines. Now we hear Hearst has sold Cycle World to Swedish special interest publisher Bonnier.
When I first started collecting parts for this project about 10 years ago, the motorcycle rage was choppers. Back then, not many riders cared about bobbers and the phrase old school had not yet become the cliché it is today. I’ve always enjoyed old bikes that perform well, and I’ve been fortunate enough to own […]