Harley Racer Coolbeth Injured In AMA Grand National At Lima

LIMA, Ohio (June 30, 2012) – South East Harley-Davidson rider Sammy Halbert survived a late-race re-start and a last-lap challenge to win the AMA Pro Harley-Davidson Insurance Grand National Championship flat track event at the Allen County Fairgrounds after Harley-DavidsonScreamin’ Eagle Factory Team rider Kenny Coolbeth was injured on the first lap of the main. […]

Harley-Davidson Sturgis Ride-In Motorcycle Show

Title: Harley-Davidson Sturgis Ride-In Motorcycle ShowLocation: Lazalle St, Sturgis, SDDescription: Harley-Davidson Sturgis Ride-In Motorcycle Show. Held at the Harley display area on Lazalle Street in downtown Sturgis on Friday, August 10, 2012. Classes for all from radical custom, mild, competition, classic and more. This show is presented by [URL=”http://www.aimag.com”]American Iron Magazine[/URL] and [URL=”http://www.motorcyclebagger.com”]Motorcycle Bagger[/URL]. Staff […]

Team American Iron Motorcycle Cannonball 1929 Harley Update

I have been working on my 1929 Harley-Davidson JDH every week to get better prepared for the up-coming Motorcycle Cannonball in September. I have been so busy working on the bike and my job at American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Bagger and RoadBike that I have not posted anything on this blog in a while. So here is a quick update on my Motorcycle Cannonball Harley Two Cam.

Share Your Home Customized Harley In Our Magazine

Got a Harley you customized and are proud of? Want to share it with us and possibly our readers in print? We are starting to work on our annual special issue magazine American Iron Garage. We want to publish more photos of our readers’ Harleys that you and your pals modified or customized.  We are not […]

Motorcycle News Harley-Davidson Daytona Beach Bike Week Update

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.

DEALER NEWS – Show Us Your Custom Motorcycle In Indianapolis Show

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.

Harley Tech Magazine – American Iron Garage. What Do You Want To Read?

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.

Spare Engine for Buzz’s 1926 Motorcycle Cannonball Harley

One of the things I learned in last year’s cross country Motorcycle Cannonball ride was that it is a very good idea to have as many spares as possible. As I shared in the pages of American Iron Magazine riding a 1915 Harley across the US meant trying to track down parts not easy or cheap to find. Next year I am planning on riding a much newer (and easier to find parts for) 1926 Harley. So I have already begun to think about building the motorcycle I plan to ride AND to start stockpiling spares.

Real World Harleys & Remembering 9/11

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 […]

Harley Magazine Editor To Ride 1926 Harley In Cross Country Motorcycle Cannonball

It is the dream of a motorcycle editor to ride a vintage Harley cross country and share it with his audience. As the Editor-in-Chief of the world’s best selling Harley magazine I was fortunate enough to buy, rebuild and ride Selma, my 1915 Harley motorcycle on the first ever Motorcycle Cannonball. This event was a coast to coast ride for pre-1916 motorcycles. No, that’s no typo – a cross country ride on pre-1916 motorcycles.