Introducing LoadAll’s NEW TRIKE EXPANSION RAMP – Built and designed to load Trikes, wide ATVs, snowmobiles, golf-carts, side-by-sides and more! The expansion technology developed by LoadAll allows this ramp to expand in width from 43” to 50” to load wide equipment into the bed of almost any truck in a matter of seconds – Without […]
American Iron Magazine remains the best selling motorcycle magazine on the newsstand for 2014 and into 2015. And it will get even better when it absorbs the most popular parts of sister publication Motorcycle Bagger, effective this month.
STAMFORD CT: After publishing motorcycle magazines for more than 25 years, Buzz Kanter feels 2015 will be the year of big change. “We have studied the motorcycle magazine field,” he explained. “And we’re convinced there is simply no longer enough reader interest or advertisers to support them all.” In response, TAM Communications is optimizing its […]
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 […]
American Iron Magazine, the world’s best selling Harley-oriented magazine is inviting our readers to submit photos of your Harleys for possible publication in our magazines. “While we always love to run feature articles on our reader’s custom or classic Harley” Publisher Buzz Kanter stated “Our readers really enjoy seeing great “before” and “after” photos showing […]
Sweet 16: 2015 Victory Motorcycles Victory marches, not stumbles, in the wake of its after-party Story by Steven Wyman-Blackburn Photos Courtesy of Victory Motorcycles Published in issue #316 of American Iron Magazine To view the full specs, pick up a copy now on newsstands! The fact that Polaris Industries’ first venture into the motorcycle world turned 15 […]
Our own Buzz Kanter will be the guest on the “Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys” radio blog show this weekend. The plan is for him to discuss the recent 4,000 miles Motorcycle Cannonball endurance ride he and the other Adventure Power Team American Iron riders competed in. If interested , you can catch it on […]
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.