On The Road Again By Dain Gingerelli, photos by Pam Proctor The collective sigh of relief emanating from South Dakota’s Black Hills last August was justified. The occasion marked the return of the Road Glide to Harley-Davidson’s lineup, and fans of the shark-nosed model were delighted to see the 2015 version rolling through the […]
The Milwaukee-based company says the recall affects 2014 Touring and CVO Touring motorcycles that were built between July 1, 2013 and May 7, 2014, the company said Wednesday.
After being dropped from Harley’s 2014 line up here is what we, at American Iron Magazine, believe is a spy photo of the soon-to-be-released 2015 Harley-Davidson Road-Glide with the all new fairing/windshield treatment. Not the new treatment of the fairing and windshield, similar to the Rushmore style 2014 Street Glde. More details to follow when […]
A while back a gal pal and I were sitting around having a grand old time getting fully loaded. Before that night ended, my friend pointed out that she personally associated me with the term, especially in regards to my drinking and gun collection. That was a good night, but that’s another story. The funny […]
American Iron Magazine staff is pleased to announce a new Harley bagger magazine called American Iron Motorcycle Bagger. Tested twice in 2010 as a newsstand special issue, Motorcycle Bagger outsold all other motorcycle publication on the newsstand except American Iron Magazine. Setting the standard to match American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Bagger magazine features new bike and product reviews, tech, touring […]
The new 2010 Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) Ultra Classic Electra Glide trades the shine of chrome for a fade to black in its debut as the new, darker version of this truly exceptional Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycle. Each motorcycle is serialized from one to 999, and displays a formidable array of blacked out components, led by […]
It’s not uncommon to hear Harley-Davidson touring bikes referred to as the kings of the American road, a statement that is no doubt echoed by the many owners of those bikes. Why wouldn’t you take pride in your machine being considered royalty? Heck, I’m down with that, and I only own a plebian FXR. So […]