American Iron Magazine’s Buzz Kanter On Those Diner & Motorcycle Guys Internet Radio

Buzz Kanter, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine magazine, talks with Garrison about his involvement in the recent Motorcycle Cannonball event and riding almost almost 4,000 miles on pre-1937 motorcycles.

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SHIFTING GEARS by Buzz Kanter

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher Halloween is right around the corner, but looking at the latest issue of American Iron Magazine, I don’t feel we have a trick or treat deal going on. I can’t think of any specific trick in the motorcycle world, but lots of treats. Let’s start with the growing assortment […]

American Iron’s Buzz Kanter Interview Tonight on Barry Boone’s Talking Motorcycles Internet Radio

We are pleased to announce that our Buzz Kanter will be one of the guests (along with Norm Nelson) on Barry Boone’s “Talking Motorcycles” internet radio show this evening (Wednesday, Oct 1) around 8 PM EST. They plan to discuss the recent 4,000 mile ride across the U.S. on the Motorcycle Cannonball ride. Buzz rode […]

Harley News: Classic Harley Engine & Parts Stolen From Motorcycle Cannonball

On the night of 23 September, 2014, thieves made off with a truck, trailer, motorcycles, parts, riding gear, tools, and luggage from the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. We at American Iron Magazine have been supporters of the Motorcycle Cannonball from the start and want to do anything we can to help recover all the stolen items to the rightful owners.

UPDATE: Stolen Truck Recovered, But Not Motorcycle Cannonball Harleys

Following an amazing effort of sharing this information on social media, the stolen truck has been found in less than 24 hours. HOWEVER the trailer and antique Harleys have still not been recovered. There is still a $20,000 reward offered for them. We appear to all antique motorcycle enthusiasts around the world to keep an […]

Beautiful But Painful Stage 15 Motorcycle Cannonball For Team American Iron

Stage 15, the second from last day of the the Motorcycle Cannonball was tough for Adventure Power’s Team American Iron. It started out great with mild weather in the low 60s and all four team riders had a good start. As usual Paul and I (Buzz) rode off together. Pat and Cris also rode off […]

Stage 14 Motorcycle Cannonball Adventure Power’s Team American Iron

Stage 14 was all in Idaho and what a beautiful state it is. The weather sure was mixed today as we rode the 284 miles from Meridian, ID to Lewiston ID. We left in the pre-dawn darkness (many of the riders without headlights) in a mild 57 degree morning. Almost all the riders wore light […]

Stage 13 Motorcycle Cannonball Adventure Power’s Team American Iron Update

As hot, tough and totally terrible as the ride was yesterday, the ride today – our 13th day of riding from Daytona Beach, Fl to Tacoma, WA was welcomed by most riders. Pat Simmons and his wife Cris Sommer-Simmons celebrated they wedding anniversary by riding their old Harleys together in the cool air – at […]

Motorcycle Cannonball Stage 11 Team American Iron Successes & Problems

Stage 11 was wonderful and not. The night before team rider Paul Ousey and wrenches Steve Coe and Wheeze spent mopst of the night swapping engines in Paul’s 1925 Harley after he trashed the skirt of the front cylinder piston. At best they got 2 hours of sleep before Paul had to fire up and […]

Motorcycle Cannonball, Stage 9 Adventure Power’s Team American Iron

Today was one of the most challenging to date on the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball riding from Burlington, Co to Golden Colorado with altitudes as high as 8,200 feet. All 4 Team American Iron riders started on time with Paul and Me (Buzz) pulling out ahead of many other riders in the coolish 50 degree temps […]