2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic Long Term Magazine Project

There is a lot of talk these days about the new Indian motorcycles, so we at American Iron Magazine thought it would be a good idea to arrange for a long-term review/project bike and report what we find – good and bad – about the 2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic we have in our review fleet. […]

Deejo Knife Review – A Customizable and Tattooable Blade

Decisions-Decisions There’s nothing like having lots of options available. Don’t you love it when you go to a restaurant and find so many tempting items on the menu that it’s hard to decide? Well, a company named Deejo has brought that idea to the realm of knifemaking. After great success distributing its products in France, […]

2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic – Long Term American Iron Magazine Project

We at American Iron Magazine take our jobs seriously, and part of that responsibility is to ride lots of new motorcycles to share our observations with our readers. Tough job, right? We test as many new bikes as possible, knowing our readers can’t always get the opportunity. While we try to cover at least 1,000 […]

Easy Rollers – Bridgestone Battlecruise H50 Tire Review

By Tyler Greenblatt – No matter how much money we may like to spend on our bikes, there might be no expense as important as that spent on the handful of square inches that actually makes contact with the ground. Not only do your tires allow for your motorcycle to actually roll down the road, […]

Motorcycle Bagger Bargain Bag – ON SALE!

Do you ride an American motorcycle bagger? Want to check out some great custom baggers and bagger tech? Love a great deal? Love a great deal on high quality motorcycle magazines focused on baggers? Check out the special deal from Greaserag.com. 20 Motorcycle Bagger issues PLUS a free copy of American Glory – 100 Years […]

Roland Sands Design Mojave Boots Review

From building ground-up customs to designing hot-selling aftermarket parts to stitching together a wide range of apparel, the Roland Sands Design portfolio is as multi-faceted as you’ll find in this industry. But up until August, somehow a good set of motorcycle boots weren’t on that list. This changed with the release of the Roland Sands […]

Indian Scout Genuine Leather Saddlebags Review

Between the revvy nature of its engine and low-slung stance, the Indian Scout is a solid everyday solo rider. But every now and then, a rider could use a little extra storage space for running errands around town or when traveling longer distances. Indian offers a solution with its easy-on, easy-off Genuine Leather Saddlebags for […]

Alpinestars Riffs Denim Pants Review

The heft of Alpinestars Riffs Denim Pants is a good indicator of their solid construction. They’d easily tip the scales on a pair of Levis. The tight weave of the 98% cotton outer shell makes for a durable denim. The pants are made up of several panels, all double-stitched together tightly. To help make them […]

Harley Downtube Bag for Sportsters/Dynas Review

While our 2004 Sportster XL1200C project bike has served us well, it’s always good to have a few basic tools with you when you ride for those unpredictable roadside emergencies. And while we wished we could bring a few along, we’ve spent a lot of time hot roddin’ the Sporty up and didn’t want anything […]

Harbor Freight Pittsburgh Motorcycle Lift

PRODUCT REVIEW • by Matt Kopec Tired of kneeling every time you perform routine maintenance, or have a bike project that’s sitting so low you’d rather put it off than spend another day lying on that cold cement floor? Lucky for us, Harbor Freight has an economical solution for the home do-it-yourselfer, the Pittsburgh 1,000-pound […]