Donny’s 740-page book, Donny’s Unauthorized Technical Guide to Harley-Davidson, 1936 to Present: Volume I: The Twin Cam, guides the reader on a surefooted journey to a thorough understanding of the H-D Twin Cam. Petersen’s insight paired with hundreds of graphics, pictures, and charts makes complicated technical subjects easy to grasp, especially for the motorcycle novice. […]
Buzz made it to Milwaukee on day 3, but not without a few issues. Cannonball Day 3 Recap With about 3,000 miles ahead of him, repairs and fine tuning were done late into the evening. Hopefully, with a little good luck and support from fellow cannonballers, the ol’ Harley’s dialed in, all gremlins shaken free […]
What’s that? You wanna know what its like to ride Buzz’s 1929 Harley JDH Cannonball bike? No problem. Enjoy this video shot from the riders point of view. As you’ll see and hear, the Bike’s running strong, shifting smoothly and looking good. This years Motorcycle Cannonball is just over a week away, looks as though […]
A lot of my riding time these days is focused on prepping and getting real-world shakedown miles on my rebuilt 1929 Harley-Davidson JDH before the 3,800-mile coast-to-coast Motorcycle Cannonball in September. But I keep reminding myself what Dale Walksler of Wheels Through Time advised me, “Get the bike running right and then leave it alone. […]
Don’t let the name fool you. The Slim is more than just a trimmed-down Softail. It’s a bike that salutes the immediate post-World War II years when motorcycling redefined itself in America. It was a wild and rollicking time, too. And, despite today’s misperception that the 1947 Hollister incident served as ground zero, the real […]
Before I go on and on about this being Nutmegger Steve Van Blarcom’s first bike build, which it is, you should know that he’s a successful and well-respected builder of hot rods and classic automobiles. To say that he’s mechanically inclined just wouldn’t do his skills justice. Having built countless custom hot rods and performed […]
In past columns I’ve asked for photos of your bikes, Memories, and cool destinations to publish. Now I want your fun photos. Yup, I want fun photos you took for our new photo and caption contest. Here’s how it works. We want to run a reader-supplied photo of a person, place, or thing (that also involves an American-made motorcycle) to feature in the monthly Quoted & Noted section.
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The Ultimate Dealer Bike Show, a new, dealer-only custom bike show has secured American Iron Magazine as presenting sponsor. The Ultimate
Dealer Bike Show presented by American Iron Magazine will take place at the inaugural American V-Twin Dealer Show, co-located with the 2012 Dealer Expo at the
Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis February 17-19, 2012.
When I’m looking to rebuild and/or upgrade a vintage engine — namely a Shovel, Pan, Knuckle, Ironhead Sportster, or flathead — I go to a shop that’s expert at that type of motor. And though I’ve rebuilt many of these engines when I had my shop back in the day, I want someone with more […]