The Future of Motorcycling

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher Over the years, the designers and managers in Harley’s PDC have had thick skin What does the future look like for motorcycling? The decision makers and corporate strategists at Harley-Davidson and Indian want—make that need—to know. I can only assume that both companies’ counterparts at Honda, KTM, and Triumph […]

One That Got Away

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher It all started with a phone call from “Cousin Gerard,” who is not my cousin I’ve seldom met a classic motorcycle I didn’t like. And that goes double for antique American race bikes. No matter how many old Harleys or Indians I might have—my garage seems to be a […]

2018 Indian Scout Bobber Preview

When Indian announced that it would hold its press ride for the brand-new Indian Scout Bobber back in July, we figured who better to send but a young writer whose own Indian Scout won the Garage Girls Contest last year and who has traversed the great open roads of America on Indian’s premier offering for […]

American Iron Magazine Joining the Veterans Ride to Sturgis

There’s nothing like it. Packing your bags, loading up your bike, and hitting the open road for the journey to Sturgis. We have the privilege to live in a country with unbridled beauty and contrast, wide-open plains and majestic mountains, searing hot deserts and densely wooded forests. Our canyons are “Grand,” our fountains “Faithful,” our […]

2017 Sons of Speed Racer

1915 Harley Special Inside A Sons Of Speed Boardtrack-Style Racer Text by Billy Lane Photos by Jim Arbogast What do you envision when someone describes a motorcycle as a boardtrack racer? The term has been applied to so many styles of motorcycles over the years, we’d like to define the term for you and share […]

Mark Potter’s Man Cave

This edition of My Garage appeared in the Summer 2016 issue of American Iron Garage. Back issues of  American Iron Magazine and American Iron Garage are available at Greaserag.com. Kick back and relax, and please try not to drag your jaw on the floor. Welcome to Mark Potter’s home garage, something more of a gearhead […]

Remembering Pearl Harbor and All That Followed

With today marking the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, we would be remiss not to acknowledge the catalyst for America’s entry into World War II and to not remember both the loss of life on December 7, 1941 and the following sacrifices over the subsequent four years. Many of us have a […]

Dyno Solutions’ New Location

State-of-the-Art Tuning in Connecticut  Dyno Solutions, conveniently (for us, anyway!) located in New Milford, Connecticut, is now operating at a new location. Just 2-1/2 miles north of its old location on Route 7, the new HQ can be found at 571 Danbury Road, New Milford, CT. We’ve taken numerous bikes over to Dyno Solutions to […]

WIN THIS HARLEY! Dennis Kirk Sweepstakes Update IV

Centuries of poets, bards, and musicians have long serenaded the masses with the wonders of the world shaking the cold of winter and embracing a rebirth in spring and summer. So, too, are we excited for the changing weather, albeit with less pretty wordification. As we move into the riding season for much of the […]

Winter Motorcycle Repairs

TAKING AIM, by Chris Maida, Editor Here in the northeast, wintertime is when you tackle big projects, or ones that take a lot of time to complete, since the weather is not exactly the best for a motorcycle ride. Things like paint jobs, chroming, powdercoating, engine builds, and major chassis modifications require many steps and […]