Everybody Has One

RIDE TO WORK There was a difference of opinion of epic proportions There’s a funny cliché: I hope my widow doesn’t sell my bikes for what I told her I paid for them. And, of course, there are variations on that theme: cars, tools, snowmobiles, rare beer can collections—just fill in the blank. Last weekend […]

Forced Integration

RIDE TO WORK This is where you learn that FedEx is your friend In this issue I’d like to tell you about an important lesson I’ve learned recently. Actually, I learned the lesson long ago, but somehow I keep forgetting it, and life has to give me a refresher course from time to time. Even […]

‘Tis the Season

RIDE TO WORK, By Steve Lita, Editor “…thinking about what will be here before we know it: winter’s icy grip” A few weekends ago was the first weekend I didn’t have to keep the air conditioning on in the house. But, unfortunately, the pendulum seems to have swung pretty fast, as it was only 45 degrees […]

The Beginning Of The End?

RIDE TO WORK, By Steve Lita, Editor “…it is illegal for anyone to modify a certified vehicle…” Back in issue #335, about five months ago, former American Iron Magazine editor Chris Maida penned a column about the then-urgent matter involving the EPA and all motorsports hobbyists. The EPA had proposed legislation that would outlaw the […]

New At This

RIDE TO WORK, By Steve Lita, Editor No, I’m not talking about me being new to this magazine. I’m talking about new riders. Wait, don’t go, don’t turn the page. Even if you’re a seasoned veteran, please read on. There’s stuff in here for you, too, and it relates to how we relate to beginner […]