Our own Buzz Kanter was recently interviewed by Barry Boone on his radio show Talking Motorcycles at the start of the Motorcycle Cannonball in Daytona Beach, Florida. Also interviewed in that show is Pat Simmons, lead singer of the Doobie Brothers, rider on the 4 person Team American Iron, and husband to Cris Sommer Simmons […]
We at TAM Communications had a full schedule this year publishing 13 issues of American Iron Magazine, 2 issues of the all-tech American Iron Garage, 9 issues of American Iron Motorcycle Bagger and 6 issues of our Motorcycle magazine. Wow! All issues of these magazines are sold in stores. through print subscriptions and through digital […]
As summer gets in to full swing, Americans will be observing Independence Day tomorrow on July 4th. It is a great opportunity to connect with our families and friends in backyards, around pools and at the beach, to watch fireworks and enjoy BBQs. This day commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence which set the stage for […]
On July 11-13 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Pickerington, Ohio, BikeBandit.com AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days will celebrate the history and modern resurgence of the Indian marque. In addition to grand marshals Bill Tuman and Bobby Hill, representing the Indian Wrecking Crew, as well as new Indian Motorcycles, plenty of classic bikes from the past […]
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Buzz Kanter, of American Iron Magazine, and his 1936 VLH classic Harley flathead motorcycle that he plans to ride cross country on the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball.
Less than two weeks left to win this very cool 1932 Harley flathead hot rod bobber from Wheels Through Time museum. The drawing is November 10, 2012 http://www.wheelsthroughtime.com/home-page-news/win-this-bike-2010.html
As a guy who usually sees the glass (gas tank?) half full, I had an experience recently that showed me two sides. I was at an antique motorcycle show and swap meet with my 1929 Harley JDH. A week earlier, I had upgraded the original and leaky gas petcocks with new-style ones and a modern […]
Below is an editorial by Ed Youngblood on his excellent blog www.motohistory.net that we felt was worth reposting here with Ed’s permission. By Ed Youngblood (7/12/2012) Just two weeks after sending out a press release that gave Nobby Clark (pictured here) one of the most laudatory introductions any Motorcycle Hall of Fame nominee has ever […]