Free American Iron Magazine Gift Subscriptions

Until the end of the year, American Iron Magazine is offering a BOGO gift subscription deal. BOGO stands for Buy One, Get One. And the way it works is simple. For every one year gift subscription you buy (only $26.95 a year- in US – for 13 big issues) you get a second gift subscription FREE.

Buy two gift subscriptions and get 2 more free. It’s simple and will be apprecited by all your riding buddies too cheap to buy their one subscription. That means they won’t be mouching your copy!

We will even send your buddies a card telling them how generous you are.

For more info or to order yours, click on American Iron Magazine BOGO

Harley 50 Magazine Special Bundle Deal ON SALE!

WANT A SMOKING DEAL ON A HUGE ASSORTMENT OF GREAT HARLEY MAGAZINES?

50-mag-bundle-AIM-postWe at American Iron Magazine are offering a mid summer magazine blow-out. Here is your chance to buy some of our best magazines from the past, including American Glory – 100 Years of Harley-Davidson, American Iron Customs, high performance Thunder Alley & American Iron Tuner, Great Weekend Projects, Sportster oriented Hot XL and so much more – 50 magazines in total!

Great to build a reference library or for HOG club chapters to share.

Buy 50 assorted Harley-oriented magazines (a $309 value) for only $39.95 plus shipping.

Hurry this offer ends in a few days. Click on HARLEY BUNDLE for more info or to buy yours.

2 of 10 Things Drivers Should Know About Motorcycles from American Iron Magazine

As riders ourselves, we at American Iron Magazine are concerned about the safety of motorcycle riders.

So we are sharing the 10 top things car and truck drivers should know about motorcycles and ask that you share them on social media.

Tip 1: Over half of all fatal motorcycle crashes involve another vehicle. Most of the time, the car or truck driver, not the motorcyclist, is at fault. There are a lot more cars and trucks than motorcycles on the road, and some drivers don’t “recognize” a motorcycle – they ignore it (usually unintentionally). 

Tip 2: Because of its narrow profile, a motorcycle can be easily hidden in a car’s blind spots (door/roof pillars) or masked by objects or backgrounds outside a car (bushes, fences, bridges, etc). Take an extra monent to look for motorcycles, whether you’re  changing lanes or turning at intersections.

American Iron Magazine is the best selling motorcycle magazine on the newsstand. You can subscribe to American Iron Magazine in PRINT or in DIGITAL delivery by clicking on the links.

Harley News & Bargains! Cheap Deal On Harley Magazines & More

If you love Harleys you know what a great read American Iron Magazine is. Adding to your reference library can be slow and expensive. And single copies of American Iron Magazine can cost up to $10 each on ebay or on-line.

Amazing deal on American Iron Magazine back issues - #1 Harley magazine in the world on sale.

Amazing deal on American Iron Magazine back issues – #1 Harley magazine in the world on sale.

Published since 1989, the team at American Iron Magazine are offering a great deal. 20 assorted back issues for only $19.95 PLUS a free copy of American Glory – 100 Years of Harley-Davidson and a couple fo free stickers – a $130 value for only $19.95 plus actual shipping.

For more information or to order yours, please clip on American Iron Magazine Bargain Bag

www.Greaserag.com is also offering special deals on back issues of Motorcycle Bagger, mixed Harley-oriented magazines (including Hot XL, Thunder Alley and Hottest Custom Harleys) and more.

These offers can expire any time without notice when supplies sell out.

American Iron Magazine News – Still #1 Selling Harley Magazine

As we enter the new year of 2015, we are honored that Harley riders and readers again bought more copies of American Iron Magazine than any other Harley-oriented magazine in the world. We thank you for this support.

Our goal is to offer the more well-rounded publication that covers Harley, Indian and Victory news and reviews, products, history and tech.

If you have any suggestions on how we can improve American Iron Magazine, or our newsstand special all-tech issues of American Iron Garage,  please let us know.

We feel sure 2015 is going to be a great year for riding, wrenching and reading. Thanks.

Early Notice – Motorcycle Charity Ride & Show June 20 2015

Yes, we know it is a long way off, but it appears American Iron Magazine (along with our other magazines – Motorcycle Bagger and Motorcycle Rides & Culture) will be actively involved in a wonderful motorcycle ride and bike show June 20, 2015 in the greater Minneapolis, MN area.

Details for The Patriot Ride are still being worked on, but we are honored to join Dennis Kirk and others to be part of this wonderful event next year.

Among the many other classes for motorcycles, there will be a special one for military themed motorcycles.

Special class for military motorcycles.

In addition to the organized charity ride, we will be helping on the bike show and plan to photograph one or more of the motorcycles for features in our magazines.

So, if you live near (or can get to) the greater Minneapolis, MN area in June and want to join the fun mark it in your calendar now.

Harley Photo Caption Contest From American Iron Magazine

Here is an unusual photo we found on the internet.

AIM-big-helmet-photo-caption

Please post your cleverest photo caption and we will dig around at the American Iron Magazine offices and see if we can find a prize for what we think is the best caption.

 

American Iron Magazine’s Buzz Kanter On Those Diner & Motorcycle Guys Internet Radio

Buzz Kanter, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine magazine, talks with Garrison about his involvement in the recent Motorcycle Cannonball event and riding almost 4,000 miles on pre-1937 motorcycles.

Buzz with his 1915 Harley prior to riding it across U.S. on 1st Motorcycle Cannonball in 2010

Buzz and his 1936 Harley VLH flathead at top of 12,000-ft Loveland Pass on recent Motorcycle Cannonball

Buzz was inducted into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2011. Buzz Kanter launched Stamford, Connecticut-based TAM Communications in 1989 in a spare bedroom over his garage, publishing Old Bike Journal. Two years later he purchased the failing two-year old American Iron Magazine. He has since added other motorcycle magazines, motorcycle events and a motorcycle related mail order business. In 2008, Kanter and TAM Communications launched Classic American Iron Magazine for classic American-made motorcycle enthusiasts.
Check out Buzz’s publications:

Buzz and his 1936 Harley at the BonMotorcycle Cannonball Ride

Follow Buzz on Twitter and Facebook.

Listen to Garrison’s interview with Buzz on Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys

Harley Magazine News: American Iron Magazine Celebrates 25th Anniversary in 2014

All of us at American Iron Magazine want to thank our readers and advertisers for keeping us the best selling Harley magazine in the world and for supporting us for 25 years in March 2014.

We will soon be announcing the details, but American Iron Magazine will be announcing a terrific 25th anniversary sweepstakes program for the new year. No details yet, but you will be blown away by the quality and quantity of great motorcycle prizes and giveaways we have in store.

Custom Motorcycle News – Harley To Sponsor Daytona Bike Week Parade

Big custom motorcycle news from Daytona Beach regarding this year’s Bike Week. Following up an old Daytona Bike Week tradition, Harley-Davidson is stepping up to sponsor the big parade in Daytona on Saturday, March 16. Typically there are thousands or even tens of thousands of stock, classic and custom motorcycle riders showing up early to get a good place in the parade.

According to the press release “All participants interested in riding motorcycles in the parade should congregate at the Ocean Center south parking lot on Saturday, March 16th beginning at 7 AM, where staging for the parade will occur. At 9 AM the Parade will leave the Ocean Center with an escort of the Daytona Beach Police Department Motorcycle Unit.”