How much do you know about 1930s Harley-Davidson motorcycles? While hardly news today, the one-year only 1936 Harley VLH was considered a special machine. The current issue of American Iron Magazine features Buzz Kanter’s 1936 Harley VLH that he plans to ride over 4,000 miles on this year’s Motorcycle Cannonball event.
To celebrate American Iron Magazine’s 25th anniversary, they are giving away lots of great prizes – including a new Indian motorcycle, S&S Cycles engine, $1000 Dennis Kirk certificates and more – to readers and subscribers of American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Bagger and Motorcycle magazine.
Please reply to this post with your list of no more than 10 specific Harley motorcycles, and you can explain your thinking if you wish – or not. Example: 1903 Harley (first Harley motorcycle ever built), 1936 Harley EL Knucklehead (first OHV Harley and first with recirculating oil), Captain America Panhead chopper (from the movie Easy Rider), any FXR (great handling frame/chassis), XR1200 Sportster, 2014 Rushmore Ultra-Glide, etc.
We at TAM Communications had a full schedule this year publishing 13 issues of American Iron Magazine, 2 issues of the all-tech American Iron Garage, 9 issues of American Iron Motorcycle Bagger and 6 issues of our Motorcycle magazine. Wow! All issues of these magazines are sold in stores. through print subscriptions and through digital […]
We at American Iron Magazine were recently notified that Harley-Davidson is recalling 3,300 FXDL Dyna Low Rider motorcycles to fix a problem with the ignition switch on units modified to rev higher than 5,600 rpm. The recall affects 2014.5 model year Low Riders built from Jan. 6 through June 19. “In the affected motorcycles, certain […]
American Iron Magazine’s Kickstart Classic, beginning Friday, July 25th at Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina has been renamed the Ross Kiwi Tomas Kickstart Classic in honor of our great friend Ross, who passed away in a motorcycle accident this week in Riverside, California. “I have known Ross since he was a […]
After a year haitus the all tach Harley magazine American Iron Garage is back. American Iron Garage is chock full of do-it-yourself tech, tips and products for Harley riders and wrenches. Also features of homebuilt customs and classics. The first of two do-it-yourself Harley magazines scheduled for 2014 is now on sale. This magazine often […]
We appreciate our readers’ support of our magazines, including American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Bagger and American Iron Garage. Due to a recent action by one of America’s largest magazine wholesalers you might find it difficult to find our magazines in the usual stores for the next couple of months. We strongly recommend all enthusiasts to […]
All of us at American Iron Magazine wish you and yours a very wonderful new year. We hope you finish all your Harley, Indian, Victory or aftermarket custum motorcycle projects, clean and organize your garage or workshop, take some memorable rides and tours and make the most of the new year. Happy Harleydays and a […]
We at American Iron Garage are looking for some great looking, home built (not by a pro shot please) American powered custom or classic motorcycles that has not been photographed or featured in another American magazine. Please send us a couple of photos and very brief description of your bike and build to Letters@AmericanIronMag.com with “Garage” in the subject line.