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SHIFTING GEARS by Buzz Kanter

SHIFTING GEARS by Buzz Kanter, Publisher We at American Iron Magazine join a growing list in the motorcycle industry committed to, no, make that obsessed with, made in America. I recently posted a question on the American Iron  Magazine Facebook page asking “If you ran Harley, what would be the first thing you’d change?” The […]

MOTORCYCLE NEWS: Motorcycle Kickstart Classic Spring 2012 Announced

Classic motorcycle heaven? No just the Motorcycle Kickstart Classic crew having fun.

The first Motorcycle Kickstart Classic in 2011 was a huge success. So much so that, in response to the strong demand, we are announcing the next Motorcycle Kickstart Classic in May 2012. Organized by American Iron Magazine, RoadBike magazine and Wheels Through Time, it is a 2-day ride through some of the most stunning roads […]

Harley Engine Experts, To Rebuild Or Upgrade A Vintage Engine

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 […]

Motorcycle Riding, So Much To Do, Not Enough Time To Do It!

I bought my first motorcycle in college in 1974. As the years rolled by, my desire to ride never lessened, but my ability to get the free time to hit the road did. Work, family, responsibilities. You know the drill. Even though I make my living in the motorcycle industry, I cherish the time I […]

Vintage 1948 Harley-Davidson Panhead

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Nothing captures the heart of a motorcycle enthusiast more than a crusty old Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Period. They are things of beauty that conjure dreams of the adventure and romance of earlier times when cycling was in its infancy, and they absolutely captivate us with their honesty and integrity. Motorcycles of all types, in original condition, […]

Video Harley Magazine Publisher Buzz Kanter’s Weekend

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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.