American Iron Magazine – Print Is NOT Dead

As social media and the on-line world continues to grow, a chorus of on-line promoters claim “print is dead” and give examples of how digital communications is superior to print. Like breaking news headlines – including fake news. So why do I feel print is not dead? To quote Deep Throat in the Watergate scandal […]

American Iron Magazine Canadian Indian Motorcycle Tour

Buzz Kanter has headed up North into Canada for a discovery tour of Ontario and Quebec on the long term Indian Roadmaster motorcycle. The leaves are starting to change color and the winding back roads are amazing for motorcycle rides this time of year. Look for this motorcycle tour article in a future issue of […]

Rare Find: Orignial Paint 1918 Harley Antique Motorcycle

It is the stuff of dreams. Finding a mostly unmolested, original paint Harley about to turn 100 years old, and then taking it home to cherish and get back on the road. Check out this 1918 Harley-Davidson antique that we will be featuring in the pages of American Iron Magazine later in the year. Read […]

2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic Long Term Magazine Project

There is a lot of talk these days about the new Indian motorcycles, so we at American Iron Magazine thought it would be a good idea to arrange for a long-term review/project bike and report what we find – good and bad – about the 2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic we have in our review fleet. […]

2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic – Long Term American Iron Magazine Project

We at American Iron Magazine take our jobs seriously, and part of that responsibility is to ride lots of new motorcycles to share our observations with our readers. Tough job, right? We test as many new bikes as possible, knowing our readers can’t always get the opportunity. While we try to cover at least 1,000 […]

Appeal of a Birthday Bike

Shifting Gears An ad for a 1955 Harley Panhead For Sale A birthday bike will transport you to amazing places. What, you might ask, is a birthday bike, and what about it attracts us old timers? A birthday bike? Yep, that’s a motorcycle from the year you were born. In my case that goes way […]

Sons of Speed From A Racer’s View

Most journalists hang around the pits or track looking for a good story, I wanted to experience racing Sons of Speed for myself.

Motorcycle Family

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher I have owned lots of great bikes, and some not so great We each discover motorcycles in our own way. Our tastes in specific machines, from specific eras, in specific styles, vary and are likely to change over the years. The café racer imports I was drawn to in […]

Motorcycle Cannonball 2016 Video – Stage 5 Start

Runnin’ Rabbits Films captures the start of Stage 5 of the 2016 Motorcycle Cannonball Run as riders set out from Bloomington, Indiana. Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace Share on netvibes share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Buzz […]

Day 3 Motorcycle Cannonball – American Iron Report

This event for 1916 or older motorcycles to ride across the US from Atlantic City, NJ to Carlsbad, CA looks to be the toughest one yet. The first Motorcycle Cannonball (2010) was for 1915 and older bikes from Kitty Hawk, NC to Santa Monica, CA. The second one was in 2012, for motorcycles 1929 and […]