The much awaited Motorcycle Kickstart Classic event is often sold out long before it is held each year. This time the crew at American Iron Magazine and Motorcycle Rides & Culture are announcing it early for everyone interested in it to have time to lock in the date. Based from the world-class Wheels Through Time […]
Wall Street and Dow Jones Industrial Average got you worried? How about buying a classic Harley or vintage motorcycle? While most people think of gold and silver as the presious metals to invest in, we at American Iron Magazine would like to propose this is a great time to invest in a different kind of […]
How much do you know about a 1936 Harley flathead motorcycle? A short walk around with Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine for his 1936 Harley VLH motorcycle during a brief stop while breaking in the recently rebuilt engine. Less than 2 months before the start of the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball ride – 4,200 miles […]
At the dawn of the last century, Harley-Davidson recognized that its rugged and reliable motorcycles were perfectly positioned to service law enforcement. Back then, good mobility was vital, and a single-cylinder Harley-Davidson provided that at a time when our country was just beginning to make the transition from the horse and carriage to motorized transportation. […]
We at American Iron Harley Magazine are teaming up with RoadBike motorcycle cruising magazine and the folks at Wheels Through Time, Panhead City and Barber Motorsports to put on the 1st Kickstart Classic motorcycle ride in October and you are invited.
One of the coolest web sites we have found is BikeEXIF which posts photos of a different motorcycle almost every day of the year. Some of the feature motorcycles are customized Harleys, which we try to share here on the American Iron Harley magazine on-line site
Here is our fearless leader, and Harley magazine publisher – Buzz Kanter (who if you didn’t know has more passion for vintage motorcycles than almost any body you’ll ever meet) starting his 1931 Indian 101 Scout. February in Connecticut isn’t exactly ideal riding weather – it was 18 degrees.
The Fairfield County Concours d’Elegance, which will be held on September 11 and 12, 2010, still has a few openings for well presented, unusual motorcycles to add to their field. This event is held in Westport, CT, about an hour north of New York City. For more information on submitting your motorcycle for consideration, please […]