American Motorcycle and Harley-Davidson Reviews

Video: Antique 1915 and 1928 Harleys Running

Pat Simmons and Cris Simmons (a contributor to American Iron Magazine) start up their 1928 and 1915 Harleys on the 2018 Motorcycle Cannonball. They plan to ride them from Portland Maine to Portland Oregon in 17 days. American Iron Magazine, which is published every 4 weeks (13 issues a year), features a classic motorcycle every […]

Video: Famous Harley Motorcycle Painter David Uhl

When you see the amazing motorcycle paintings from people like David Uhl or Scott Jacobs, you have to wonder how they create their works, we at American Iron Magazine recently caught up with David Uhl in Deadwood, SD during the Sturgis Rally, just before Harley’s 115th anniversary. David allowed our Buzz Kanter to video him […]

Video: 2019 Harley CVO Baggers, First Look

Harley announces the top of the line 2019 CVO baggers. Here is a quick video look at them. Note the new painted finish on the rocker boxes to differentiate  the 2019 CVO models from other models. American Iron Magazine is published every 4 weeks (13 issues a year). You can subscribe and save more then […]

Video: 1915 Indian – Only Motorcycle To Compete In All Motorcycle Cannonball

Buzz Kanter walks around discussing this antique 1915 Indian PowerPlus and lists some info at the first stop of the Cannonball in Bennington, Vermont. It is the only motorcycle ever to compete in all 5 Motorcycle Cannonball coast to coast events.   Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it […]

1936 Harley Knucklehead – How Much Do You Know?

To many Harley historians, the 1936 EL “Knucklehead” is the first modern Harley. Know why? Check out this video by American Iron Magazine’s own Buzz Kanter. 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 […]

Simeone Museum Exhibit of Classic Indian Motorcycles

The Simeone Muesum in Philadelphia, PA will be opening a new motorcycle exhibit Saturday August 18 featuring, among other things, classic Indian motorcycles from 1901 to 1953. One of the cornerstones machines is Buzz Kanter’s 1913 Indian barnfind we have been featuring in the pages of American Iron Magazine. This show is August 18 to […]

Sturgis Sons of Speed Billy Lane Boardtrack Races

The amazing antique motorcycle boardtrack race known as Sons of Speed will next occur Thursday, August 9th at the Full Throttle Saloon. Come watch antique motorcycle boardtrack racers from the teens and early nineteen-twenties go all out on a short banked dirt track. They could be hitting speeds close to 90 mph with no brakes, […]

Magazine Review Big Dog’s 2010 Ridgeback

As far back as I can recall, I remember people referring to me as a chubby kid. As I got older, those comments turned harsher, and I was called fat, especially by other children. So it’s no wonder that I have grown up to be thick skinned. Over the years, I have also gathered a […]

An Animated Evolution of Harley-Davidson From 1904 to Present

With Harley-Davidson’s recent introduction of its new Milwaukee-Eight engine, we thought it’d be fun to share this animated GIF with you showing the evolution of Harley-Davidson by generation from 1904 to the present. The GIF was pieced together by the staff over at GearHeads. We figured we’d add a pictorial history of Harley-Davidson’s Big Twins over […]

Keino Cycles Custom Harley Motorcycle, Blazing Saddle

Sure, he’s got a last name (Sasaki). So does Madonna. And Bono. And Sting. And Cher. (Well, maybe not her). But who cares? If you’re reading this magazine and the name Keino doesn’t ring-a-ding-ding in your skull, then you probably shouldn’t be reading this magazine. Mr. Sasaki. No, that’s not right. Keino is known as […]