1931 Harley V Model Bobber

By Jim Babchak / Photos by Buzz Kanter The future of old bikes belongs to young bucks There’s growing concern among today’s aging vintage motorcycle enthusiasts regarding the next generation of owners of old bikes. The circle of life has put the baby boomer generation next in line for that big flea market in the […]

Harley Softail Slim Engine Guard & Soft Lowers Install (Intro)

By Steve Lita/Photos by Tricia Szulewski Adding some Softail Slim protectors We were fortunate enough to get our hands on a brand-new 2016 Softail Slim S this year, and we just couldn’t leave well enough alone. The Slim has a nostalgic look and feel with its wire spoke wheels and Hollywood handlebar. And since our […]

“Racer X” – Rick Petko’s Sons of Speed Board Tracker Preview

What do you get when you combine 100-year-old motorcycle design with a 21st century craftsman? A board tracker called “Racer X.” The motorcycle in question was built by Rick Petko, a gifted bike builder, fabricator, and painter. While his talents were showcased to a national audience during his tenure with Orange County Choppers, these days […]

TV Two Cam – 1929 Harley JDH on History Channel’s American Restoration

Text by Dale Walksler Photos by Jim Dohms I have always liked a challenge, and this is a great one — a worn out 87-year-old bike and only 45 days to rebuild it in front of a TV audience. To be seen on History Channel’s American Restoration, this is a behind the scenes look at […]

Harley-Davidson Launches 107” & 114” Milwaukee-Eight Engines

Stop the press! The rumors are true. Harley-Davidson has indeed developed a new engine called the Milwaukee-Eight. The eight valve V-Twin comes in both a 107” version for Harley-Davidson Touring motorcycles and Trikes and a 114” variation for The Motor Company’s top-shelf CVO line. The new valvetrain design comes with an impressive list of proposed […]

Our First Ride Impressions of Harley’s New Milwaukee-Eight

American Iron Magazine editor Steve Lita was fortunate enough to get in a day of riding on the new 2017 Harley-Davidson Touring models featuring both versions of the new Milwaukee-Eight engine; standard 107″ and CVO models equipped with the 114″ version. The first thing you notice when you start up the new Milwaukee-Eight is, well, […]

2016 Harley Low Rider S First Ride Review

NEW BIKE REVIEW • by Tyler Greenblatt  Photos by Riles & Nelson There’s fast, and then there’s 110” Screamin’ Eagle Dyna fast You know you’re in for a fun ride when fleet center manager Alan has to replace all the ground-down footpegs on the test bikes from the previous day’s grouping of motojournalists. I promised to […]

Hurry! 2 Day Special on American Iron Garage Subscriptions

What can you accomplish in two days? How about with just a couple of minutes? Consider the clock running and running fast. We’re featuring a special price reduction on American Iron Garage subscriptions (Print and Print + Digital!) for next two days, with a limited time offer of 25% off. Garage represents the purest of […]

2016 American Iron River Run along the Mighty Mississippi

It seemed only fitting the steel eagle of La Crosse’s Riverside Park soared 35 feet above the gathering point of American Iron’s River Run 2016. American is in our name, something we take pride in. We were on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi, the most fabled river in American lore. Indian Motorcycles, a company […]

‘Grizzly’ Sets World Record on Victory Cross Country Tour

Victory Motorcycles is proud to announce that Swiss endurance rider Urs “Grizzly” Pedraita has achieved a new world record by riding across five continents in less than 120 days aboard his Victory Cross Country Tour. Grizzly covered roughly 47,390 miles in 72 riding days and 13 hours by the time he reached a celebration in his […]