Harley Expands Street Line, Launches 2017 Street Rod

Ah, so here we are again. Harley-Davidson, with its century-old heritage and wisdom, needs to sink its hooks into another generation of  young riders, thus bolstering the future of the brand by banking on customer loyalty, the bravado of the Bar and Shield, the familial feeling among Harley riders, and remaining the perennial cool kid on […]

Mark Potter’s Man Cave

This edition of My Garage appeared in the Summer 2016 issue of American Iron Garage. Back issues of  American Iron Magazine and American Iron Garage are available at Greaserag.com. Kick back and relax, and please try not to drag your jaw on the floor. Welcome to Mark Potter’s home garage, something more of a gearhead […]

Remembering Pearl Harbor and All That Followed

With today marking the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, we would be remiss not to acknowledge the catalyst for America’s entry into World War II and to not remember both the loss of life on December 7, 1941 and the following sacrifices over the subsequent four years. Many of us have a […]

Dyno Solutions’ New Location

State-of-the-Art Tuning in Connecticut  Dyno Solutions, conveniently (for us, anyway!) located in New Milford, Connecticut, is now operating at a new location. Just 2-1/2 miles north of its old location on Route 7, the new HQ can be found at 571 Danbury Road, New Milford, CT. We’ve taken numerous bikes over to Dyno Solutions to […]

More Riders, More Awareness: Ride to Work Day

  More Motorcycle and Scooter Riders On the Road on Monday, June 20th This Year The 25th annual worldwide Ride to Work Day is expected to be one of the largest-ever, according to Ride to Work, the non-profit organization that coordinates this annual event. On Ride to Work Day a much higher number of America’s […]

American Iron Garage: Garage Built

Therapy Build Evolution and survival through craft by Stephen Long Merriam-Webster defines evolution as “a process of continuous change from a lower, simpler, or worse to a higher, more complex, or better state.” For George Holland, the process of evolution has been a pertinent and sustained element of survival. “Evolution,” he says, “I like that […]

Sturgis Motorcycle Museum Salutes Freedom Fighter

In keeping with the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum’s mission to Honor the Ride, a special “Freedom Fighter” award recognizing an individual who has fought to protect the rights of motorcyclists was instituted. For 2016, the Freedom Fighter is Gary Wetzel, a Vietnam Veteran and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient who has been active for decades in […]

Brittney Olsen and the Inaugural Spirit of Sturgis Festival

Brittney Olsen hosts inaugural vintage moto racing festival in Sturgis Brittney Olsen, 27 year old antique motorcycle racer and founder of 20th Century Racing, is among the fearlessly fast champions whose name graces the motorcycle racing history books, especially in Sturgis, South Dakota, where she claimed two of her victories on the Historical Half Mile at the Meade […]

Bell Helmets Advances Protection Technology

Bell unleashed a new video highlighting “ProFit,” yet another new advancement within the 2016 Bell Star Series of street and road-racing helmets. Typically, when a helmet manufacturer designs a helmet it creates two to three shells for a model, but offers up to six sizes. How? By adding extra padding to compensate for the size […]

Victory Launches “The Road Home Challenge” for Veterans

Victory Motorcycles invites everyone to take “The Road Home Challenge” and make a contribution to Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), an organization committed to providing support and resources to the newest generation of U.S. military veterans. The goal of The Road Home Challenge is to raise $100,000 for IAVA by the end of […]