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. […]
The American Iron Magazine team has finished putting the final touches on the 2012 issue of American Iron Garage and it is off at the printers now. “We published the first issue of this all tech Harley magazine last year” Publisher Buzz Kanter stated. “It sold very well so we took the basic concept from last year and made it even better for 2012.”
Bring your bike and friends to the H-D Ride-In Custom Bike Show presented by American Iron Magazine. This magazine (along with Motorcycle Bagger and RoadBike) is owned and published by TAM Communications. If you think that sounds like a big fancy corporation run out of impersonal offices in an ivory tower, you’d be wrong. My […]
“I built it with my dad” it’s cold during the winter where I live, which makes it the perfect time for a ground-up bike project! This year I’m building a 45″ flathead-powered bobber with my youngest daughter. My first chop (back in 1971!) was a handshift 45 flathead. And while this engine is as dependable […]
Our editors are already working on an all new issue of American Iron Garage for 2012 and we encourage all our readers and advertisers to suggest articles and topics for us to cover in this all Harley tech, do-it-yourself magazine.
We at American Iron Magazine would like to thank all our supporters – readers and advertisers – for helping keep American Iron Magazine the best selling Harley magazine on the newsstand and overall for another year.
American Iron Garage not included in subscriptions for American Iron Magazine and will be sold in most stores that sell American Iron Magazine and/or Motorcycle Bagger. As the name implies, this new test issue is aimed at the do-it-yourselfer – from first time novice to experienced tinkerer. We will show you, step-by-step, how to buy a used Harley and install a number of popular bolt-on items ranging from exhaust systems to fairings, brakes and more.