The Tennessee Department of Transportation has announced it is banning trucks longer than 30 feet from the legendary motorcycle run the “Tail of the Dragon.” The stretch of US Route 129 is famous for its 318 curves in 11 miles. Tractor-trailers often need both lanes to complete some turns, clogging traffic and endangering motorcyclists. Signs announcing the truck […]
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There is a lot of misinformation on the Internet – sometimes from well meaning people, sometimes from jerks. We here at American Iron Magazine would like to help spread accurate and real information to some of the questions we see on-line relating to Harley motorcycles, Harley tech and Harley history. Every so often we will […]
Just a quick reminder from us at American Iron Magazine that today is Daylight Savings Time and you should turn back all your clocks an houre. Fall back.
Harley-Davidson is now churnin’ some corn mash into its iron. The Motor Company has named Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine its official moonshine brand. This multiyear partnership has led to a hard-smoked blend that’s been named Harley-Davidson Road House Customs Charred Moonshine, which debuted during the Milwaukee Bike Rally. The Road House mountain dew will be […]
Formerly known as Badlands Motorcycle Products, Black Hills Billet is now open for business, shipping products from its recently reorganized facility in Sparks, Nevada. Black Hills Billet will continue to specialize in the design and production of custom billet accessories and lighting for Harley, Indians, Victory, and other brands. In addition to opening its doors, […]
With great power comes great responsibility, and it looks like Wyclef Jean (you know, the “Singin’ dollar, dollar bill ya’ll” song) has relinquished that power when Paul Sr. made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. Enough movie puns for ya? Seems fitting when the subjects a super hero themed motorcycle built by Orange County Choppers. […]