Art Deco Henderson & Indian Featured in NC Museum of Art’s “Rolling Sculptures”

Art deco isn’t the first thing that comes to mind in motorcycle design. But two prime art deco motorcycles will soon be on display at The North Carolina Museum of Art. While the primary focus of the museum’s Rolling Sculpture: Art Deco Cars from the 1930 and ‘40s exhibit is of the four-wheeled variety, the […]

Indian Scout FTR750 to Make Racing Debut at Santa Rosa Mile Sept. 25

Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, today confirmed that its all-new Indian Scout FTR750 race bike will make its racing debut on Sunday, September 25 at the Ramspur Winery Santa Rosa Mile AMA Pro Flat Track race in Santa Rosa, California. The race takes place at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds at 1350 Bennett Valley Rd. […]

AIM Video: EFab Lock Baker Interview – Interceptor Mark II

Lock Baker of Eastern Fabrications (EFab) stripped Harley’s Dyna concept to the bones for his Interceptor Mark II. A true craftsman, Baker does as much as he can by hand, a list that includes chassis modifications, body work, metal work, tuning, plumbing, wheels, swingarm, linkages, sprocket, adapters, nuts, triple trees, bars, and more. After seeing […]

Harley Reportedly Set to Lay Off 200 Employees in the Fall

Reports by The York Daily Record (YRD) and Milwaukee Sentinel Journal state Harley-Davidson is preparing to lay off approximately 200 employees this fall. The cuts come as a Harley adjusts “our production plan to align with 2016 guidance.” That guidance includes a cut in shipment projections to 264,000 to 269,000 motorcycles announced in Harley’s second […]

Freedom to Ride: Capt. Ken Kraft Chosen for 2017 Combat Hero Bike Build

They gathered to honor one of their own, patches and rockers on weathered leather vests telling their tales of service to our country. The greeting party gathered at Valley of the Rogue State Park in southern Oregon, a cross-section of American veterans from local motorcycle clubs including members of the Old Guard Riders, Combat Vets […]

Yelvington USA Mechanical Reverse Pulley for Harley Tourers Install (Intro)

By Chris Maida/Photos by Chris Maida How many times have you found yourself struggling to back your Harley Touring bike out of a corner, parking spot, or wherever? Sucks, doesn’t it? Well, the crew at Yelvington has a simple and easy way to end that hassle forever. And it has nothing to do with altering […]

Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show Sturgis Results 2016

A South Dakota storm provided a free bike wash at the Sturgis Rat’s Hole Show as it swept over the Buffalo Chip CrossRoads. That didn’t prevent about 80 motorcycles from weathering the storm for a shot at “Best of Show” honors, the prestigious Rat’s Hole holding its 28th annual Sturgis contest. It was a brawl […]

Harley-Davidson Launches 107” & 114” Milwaukee-Eight Engines

Stop the press! The rumors are true. Harley-Davidson has indeed developed a new engine called the Milwaukee-Eight. The eight valve V-Twin comes in both a 107” version for Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles and Trikes and a 114” variation for The Motor Company’s top-shelf CVO line. The new valvetrain design comes with an impressive list of proposed […]

Our First Ride Impressions of Harley’s New Milwaukee-Eight

American Iron Magazine editor Steve Lita was fortunate enough to get in a day of riding on the new 2017 Harley-Davidson Touring models featuring both versions of the new Milwaukee-Eight engine; standard 107″ and CVO models equipped with the 114″ version. The first thing you notice when you start up the new Milwaukee-Eight is, well, […]

Top 5 Harley Road Glide Ultra Features on the Ride to Sturgis

You can learn a lot about a motorcycle over the course of a 3400 mile road trip. For ten days straight we called the saddle of Harley’s 2016 Road Glide Ultra home. Our ride started at Harley’s fleet center in Carson, California, and ended in Grants Pass, Oregon. In between, we blazed a path across […]

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