Fabbing Out The Differences

By Steven Blackburn • Photos By Elliot Qu This was definitely not going to be Kyle Miller’s first bike build. He’d already customized his fair share of motorcycles on the floor of his 20’ x 25’ two-car garage—and quite recently, too, so his technique was far from rusty by the time he started this 883 […]

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Garage Build! Do It Yourself Motorcycle Tech Magazine

We at American Iron Magazine love to share our readers’ custom and classic motorcycle projects. There is so much talent and great ideas out there we can’t fit it all in the pages of our regular magazine. So we created American Iron Garage a few years ago. Over the winter we are redesigning and overhauling […]

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Video: Dennis Kirk Garage Build Sturgis Motorcycle Show

In case you missed the first weekend at Strugis, Buzz documented the early happenings at the inaugural Dennis Kirk Garage Build show. The show was dedicated to all home builds, and we were on hand to cherry pick our favorites to showoff in American Iron Garage. AIG has partnered with Dennis Kirk and its Garage Build website to […]

Top 3 Dennis Kirk Garage Builds of the Week

The Dennis Kirk Garage Build site is open for business. The pages are starting to fill up with garage builds from around the world, and we’re keeping a close eye on who’s doing what. With that in mind, let’s wrap up the week with some of our favorites. We’ll eventually be picking a winner from […]

Dynatek 2Ki Ignition System Upgrade

  There’s a fine line between owning a cool vintage bike that’s fun to ride and owning a newer bike that’s comfortable and reliable. Late Shovelhead-era bikes are a great place to start to achieve that balance, and that’s what Milwaukee auto mechanic Zach had in mind when he purchased his father’s 1981 FLT a […]