American Iron Magazine & Greenwich Concours Bike Show

Have you ever been to a Concours d’Elegance? American Iron Magazine and Greenwich Concours is working together to promote show quality motorcycles in a high-profile manner at this year’s event.

The annual event will be held June 3 & 4, 2017 in Greenwich, CT. Saturday will be focused on American vehicles (Harley, Indian, Excelsior, Pope, Yale, Crocker, etc), and Sunday is imports.

1938 Indian Four Motorcycle

American Iron Magazine is partnering up to present three classes each day: Pre-War motorcycles, Post-War motorcycles, and Competition motorcycles. This is a great opportunity to share the field with some world class collector cars and show how amazing our motorcycles are too.

If you have a Concours quality (original, restored or race) motorcycle and/or sidecar you think would fit in, please go to http://www.greenwichconcours.com/e…/2017-vehicle-submission/ and send in your submission.

Indian Motorcycle & Classic American Iron Black Hills Rally @ Sturgis

Are you going to Sturgis this year to celebrate the 75th Black Hills Rally?

Are you and your friends looking for a fun and free event for all Indian motorcycles and/or classic American motorcycles?

Check out the 2015 Indian Motorcycle & Classic American Iron Black Hills Rally from American Iron Magazine.

sturgis rally

Many years ago we at American Iron Magazine put on events in Sturgis and Daytona for classic American iron riders. They were a lot of fun and very popular. After too many years of not holding these events we are resurrecting them for the 75th running of the Sturgis Black Hills Rally this year.

This year’s Indian Motorcycle & Classic American Iron Black Hills Rally will be held at the Buffalo Chip on the outskirts of Sturgis, SD on Tuesday, August 4, 2015.

This free event is open to all riders of Indian motorcycles (old or new) and all pre-1984 American motorcycles. It includes a bike show and fun field events like the slow race, kickstart contest, plank ride and more.

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Indian Motorcycle, American Iron Magazine, Motorcycle Rides & Cluture magazine, Dennis KirkJerry Greers Engineering, Heather’s Leathers, Kiwi Indian, National Cycle, and Sturgis Vintage Cycles, this event is free to all to participate or just to watch the fun and see some great old motorcycles.

The gates open for the 2015 Indian Motorcycle & Classic American Iron Black Hills Rally at 9 am for free registration. The free field events start around noon, and trophies will be awarded at 4 pm. Rain or shine!

The free bike show, which is open to all years of Indian motorcycles as well as all pre-1984 American motorcycles, is sponsored by American Iron Magazine and Dennis Kirk. Some of the bikes will be photographed and featured in the pages of American Iron Magazine.

Please help share the information on this event with your friends who might enjoy it. Thanks and we look forward to another wonderful classic bike event.

Please consider subscribing to American Iron Magazine (for less than $2 per issue vs $7 on the newsstand) to get a great read and support events like this: IN PRINT or IN DIGITAL

Editor’s Choice Bike Show At Daytona

editorschoiceAre you going to Daytona Bike Week this year? Well, if you are, you can meet the editors of American Iron Magazine and even win Editor’s Choice at the 2015 Editor’s Choice Bike Show brought to you by J&P Cycles.

The Editor’s Choice will take place at the Broken Spoke Saloon on Tuesday, March 10, with sign ups beginning at 10 am. The awards will be given out at 5 pm.

Find out all of the latest info by going to the official Facebook page by clicking here.

2010 Indian Motorcycle Rally

The 2010 Indian Motorcycle Rally takes place July 17, 2010 10 AM – 4 PM at Hilltop Farm, 1608 Mapleton Ave., Rte 159, Suffield CT (1/2 mile south of MA line and Six Flags New England.)

See dozens of vintage Indians, plus the NEW Indians from Kings Mountain, NC, along with lots of food, vendors and entertainment.

Event Donation: Bikes $20 and Cars $25.

Hilltop Farm was built by George Hendee, co-creator of the Indian motorcycle and founder of Hendee Manufacturing Co., later renamed Indian Motorcycle Co., in nearby Springfield, Mass.

Between 1913 and 1925, George bought up 500 acres of farmland in Suffield, Conn., where he established a gentleman’s country estate including a 20,000 sq. ft. Colonial Revival dairy barn. In 1915, George retired to the farm and raised white leghorn chickens and prize-winning Guernsey cows.

A volunteer nonprofit organization formed in 2002, that is dedicated to preserving the barn, rehabilitating the property and creating a learning center where people can reconnect to the land.

The Indian Motorcycle Rally is one of the fundraisers held each year to raise money for this effort.

For more information about The 2010 Indian Motorcycle Rally Click Here.

To learn more about Hilltop Farm and George Hendee Click Here.

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Classic Motorcycle Event May 15 & 16 Florida

Who says you can’t blend high quality art, commercial graphics, stunning classic motorcycles and barely clothed fantasy women?

If you feel this is impossible in these PC days we live in today please don’t tell artist and all around motorcycle guy Don Bradley.

Cyclone motorcycle art & sexy lady rider

In addition to all the many years he spent doing commercial design and illustration, Don is also the creative genius behind the stunning designs every year for the popular Riding Into History charity motorcycle event held every year in northern Florida. This year the event will be May 15 & 16, 2010.

According to Don Bradley’s web site:

The “Cyclone” was a very advanced 45 degree V-twin motorcycle created by the Joerns Motor Manufacturing company of St. Paul, Minnesota from 1913 to 1916.

The Cyclone was capable of out-running Harley, Indian, Excelsior and all of the other race bikes of the day. In 1914 one was officially timed at 111 mph. But like its deadly namesake, the Cyclone was not very predictable (reliable) and consequently did not finish many of its races.

As the Joerns Manufacturing Company was plagued with under-funding along with low volume they were not able to give proper development to this machine so the Cyclone faded into history.

For more information about Don Bradley and his wonderful motorcycle art click here.

This article is reposted here with permission from Sex and Harleys.