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American Iron Magazine

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American Iron Magazine: The ultimate do-it-yourself, tech and homebuilt motorcycle magazine. Looking to learn more about how to maintain and customize your own motorcycle? American Iron Magazine is jam packed with great do-it-yourself tech and homebuilt custom motorcycles. Plus, easy to follow step by step how-to installs, maintenance tips, home garage tool reviews and safety features. A must read for the weekend wrench.

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United States
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English
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TAM Communications
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3 Min.
our motorcycle family

I have never seen anything like this in my 29 years as the publisher of this magazine. I hope and pray that the coronavirus will be in retreat here and around the world very soon. That our lives shall return to normal after this massive and deadly shock. I suspect the virus will forever impact our lives. But I know we are strong and will figure our way through this. No one knows for certain what the long-term effects of the virus will be or what the aftermath will look like. But we can be sure our day-to-day lives will permanently change in more ways than we can imagine. Either way, we are doing what we can to make your lives a bit better with entertainment and education. I hope we…

3 Min.
what’s cooler than a motorcycle?

I get press releases via email from all corners of the automotive, motorcycle, and transportation industry every single day. Some are targeted at my audience, and you definitely end up seeing the content in our Quoted & Noted or Widgets sections. Some are time sensitive and require immediate attention, so we end up posting those online on AIMag.com or our American Iron social media pages. Others might not be so relevant to our American bike market, like maybe a product for an import bike. So, I usually contact the vendor and ask if they offer anything for Harleys or Indians. Sometimes I get a press release from a company that produces products for both the automotive and motorcycle market. Like, did you know that ProCharger is already developing a supercharger…

4 Min.
on her own terms

Summertime in New York City back in the late 1980s was hot—so hot that even when the sun went down, the air was so stagnant and humid that the only relief was to hang out near one of the rivers. So, one soggy, steamy evening in July, we decided to take in a show at the concert pier along the Hudson. The pier was jammed with music lovers, partiers, and others like us who wanted to escape the oppressive heat. I don’t remember who the band was, but one thing I do remember was the wild, beautiful, blond, long-haired woman dancing in front of the stage. She was happily and boisterously inviting everyone around to take a slug of her Jack Daniel’s, waving the bottle and passing it around the crowd.…

5 Min.
quoted & noted

Rolling Project Odyssey Helps Close Wounds WOUNDED WARRIOR Project (WWP) and Harley-Davidson once again brought Rolling Project Odyssey to veterans. The first Rolling Project Odyssey of 2020 took place March 9–13 and featured a stop in Daytona for Bike Week. The Rolling Project Odyssey is a group riding experience that aims to support veterans in their recoveries. “The overall Rolling Project Odyssey experience is designed to encourage warriors to face adversities of the past and accomplish goals together with peers facing similar challenges,” elaborates Lt. Col. (Ret.) Michael Richardson, WWP Vice President of Independence Services and Mental Health. Veterans enjoy the camaraderie of engaging with fellow veterans with similar interests and experiences. Activities like motorcycle riding and socializing with other veterans provide an opportunity for warriors to connect and expand their support network. New…

4 Min.
letters

Send us your photos and story Letters@AmericanIronMag.com We welcome letters on any subject, whether we agree with the writer or not. Photos should be high-resolution JPEG images (at least 300 dpi at 4" x 6"). Please include your name, address, and a brief description. E-mail themto Letters@AmericanIronMag.com. Bitten by the Bug I seem to always identify with your riding perspectives because I came up in the bike world the same time you did. In 1967, I was in tenth grade and bought a 1966 250 Suzuki X6 Hustler from my dad’s buddy. From that moment on I was hooked, and have ridden continuously ever since and covered a whole lot of miles. I live in the cold north here in Michigan and even now, after 53 years of riding, I still get excited unleashing…

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reader services

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