Harley-Davidson has teamed up with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) for a contest that’s running through December 31. Designated the Harley-Davidson Hometown Throwdown III, the winner will not only play honorary host to both Harley-Davidson and UFC in his hometown but will be the grand marshal of a motorcycle parade through his stomping ground. This ride will […]
Yes, we know it is a long way off, but it appears American Iron Magazine (along with our other magazines – Motorcycle Bagger and Motorcycle Rides & Culture) will be actively involved in a wonderful motorcycle ride and bike show June 20, 2015 in the greater Minneapolis, MN area. Details for The Patriot Ride are […]
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.
EVENT • by Dain Gingerelli To borrow from the late Rodney Dangerfield’s comedy shtick: I tell you, I went to the Buffalo Chip to watch a rock concert and a bike rally broke out. Of course, I exaggerate, but as one of the most famous motorcycle rallies in America approaches its 75th anniversary next year, […]
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 […]
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.
The 11th Annual Indian Larry Greasemonkey Block Party took place this past weekend in Brooklyn, and as usual, it was a block-rockin’ affair! Thousands strolled Union Avenue, listening to bands and checking out booths and wares from Led Sled, Metzeler, Biltwell, and more, while inside the Indian Larry Motorcycles warehouse a roast pig and kegs of Sam Adams […]
Day 7 is done and what a cold wet one it was. The date was 9 11 and I expect most or all of the riders had thoughts of those lost and their families and loved ones. All 4 Team American Iron riders pulled out of Sedalia, MO and heading for Junction City, KS – some […]
The day started off for most of us riders with alarms on our smartphones. The National Weather service issues sever flooding and thunder in the area. Our parking lot (a field next to the hotel) had more than 8 inches of standing water. We all geared up and braced for a tough ride, but then […]
The first day started pretty slowly with all the bikes (about 98) all lined up on the sand of Daytona Beach for a fabled “yardlong” photo by Michael Lichter. We arrived at 8 am an were barely finished by 9:30 a half hour before the first riders leave. We had reports of Ormond Beach motorcycle […]