Harley Motorcycle Tour, 12 Must Bring Items

If you and a pal were going to fly out to buy used Harleys and then take a 1,500+ mile back-road adventure tour back home, what would you pack? Buzz Kanter is planning on doing just that with his riding pal Paul Ousey and follow the adventure in American Iron Magazine. They will fly to […]

Harley-Davidson & The Electric Slide?

Harley-Davidson moved in a bold new direction yesterday, when they announced the purchase of StaCyc, Inc, maker of electric-powered two-wheeled kids bikes. Combine this acquisiton with their announcement of the soon-to-be-released LiveWire Harley electric motorcycles, and we are starting to see a pattern from the decision makers in Milwaukee. StaCyc has been designing and selling […]

Video: 1936 Harley EL First Year Knucklehead Motorcycle

The 1936 Harley EL was the first Knucklehead, and an iconic motorcycle. How much do you know about the 1936 EL? Here our Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine does a video walkaround of the bike sharing information and comments on this rare machine. American Iron Magazine features at least one classic motorcycle every issue, […]

4 Most Expensive Harleys Sold At Las Vegas Auction

American motorcycle brands sold at this auction include Big Bear, Big Dog, Brass Balls, Buell, Champion Trike,  Cushman, Excelsior, Excelsior Henderson, Exile, Flying Merkel, Harley-Davidson, Henderson, Indian, Jefferson, Marsh Metz, Merkel, Mustang, Ner A Car, Pope, Powell, Sears, Spacke, Thor, Victory and Whizzer.

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 […]

Winter Motorcycle Repairs

TAKING AIM, by Chris Maida, Editor Here in the northeast, wintertime is when you tackle big projects, or ones that take a lot of time to complete, since the weather is not exactly the best for a motorcycle ride. Things like paint jobs, chroming, powdercoating, engine builds, and major chassis modifications require many steps and […]

Garage Season And Daytona Madness

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher Is it just me, or is february the most challenging month for most motorcycle riders? Daytona Bike Week is still a month away. By now most of us Northerners have parked our bikes for the winter, and we’re itching to get back on the road. I know I am. […]

American Iron Magazine 5 Simple Ways To Improve Your Harley, Indian or Victory Today

Here are 5 simple things from the team at American Iron Magazine you can do today to your Harley, Indian or Victory motorcycle to make it better.

Harley News: Free Gift Subscription For American Iron Magazine

American Iron Magazine is offering a free gift subscription for every one paid for. The BOGO (Buy One, Get One) offer is good until the end of the year.

Harley-Davidson Brick Ride (Full Story)

The legendary ride marking the H-D/Sturgis 75-year deal Text By Tyler Greenblatt Photos by Josh Kurpius On January 15, 2015, Harley-Davidson announced that it had signed an unprecedented 75-year deal with the town of Sturgis, South Dakota, to be the Official Motorcycle of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. As part of the announcement on that frigid, […]