Harley Issues Recall for 45,589 2017 Touring Motorcycles with Milwaukee-Eight

Harley-Davidson has issued a recall for 45,589 2017 Touring Motorcycles outfitted with the new Milwaukee-Eight engine because a clamp used to secure an engine oil cooler line may have been improperly installed. Motorcycles potentially affected include the 2017 Electric Glide Ultra Classic, Police Electra Glide, Police Road King, Road King, Road King Special, Street Glide, […]

History Does Not Repeat

Ride to Work It’s called history for a reason. It’s in the past—done, gone, hope you enjoyed it. We often remember things having been better when we were younger. Some people call it “The good old days.” Perhaps life wasn’t as complicated as it seems now, and responsibilities weren’t as heavy. It was a time […]

Billy Lane Pulled It Off

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher In spite of long odds Las Vegas bookies would never take, in spite of the worst Mother Nature could throw at him, in spite of countless people saying it can’t be done, in spite of struggling to get century-old racing motorcycles to even run, Billy Lane pulled it off. […]

Bill Dodge ‘Blings’ Out an Indian Scout

By Greg Williams / Photos By Pam Proctor When Indian announced its 2016 custom-build program called Project Scout, Jason Foster of Mission City Indian in Boerne, Texas, got involved. Jason needed a little assistance, though, and for that he approached Bill Dodge of Blings Cycles. “He asked for my help,” Bill says from his Daytona […]

Sacrificial Motorcycling

Ride to Work …making the decision to do without I get lots of e-mails here at American Iron Magazine. Some come from readers, some from vendors and OEMs, and way too many from people who don’t have anything better to do than send out spam. But one just crossed my computer monitor that made me […]

What Do We Ride?

SHIFTING GEARS, by Buzz Kanter, Publisher A car moves the body, but a motorcycle moves the soul Do you consider your motorcycle more a form of transportation or a personal statement? I’m convinced that for most of us it’s a bit of both. Though it’s likely more of a statement, because, let’s face it, most […]

S&S 89″ EVO Stroker Build Part One

By Chris Maida/ Photos Courtesy of S&S Cycle Though it doesn’t say so in the headline, this two-issue engine build is part of our ongoing series on rebuilding a 1998 Road King from front to back. The reason for this series is simple: some of our readers prefer a motorcycle without all the electronics of […]

American Iron News Harley Offers Rebates To Sell 2016 Motorcycles

Reuters is reporting that “Harley-Davidson has taken the rare step of offering rebates on its 2016 motorcycles to U.S. dealers as an incentive for them to shift a backlog that has restricted sales of its latest models.” The report is based on statements from three anonymous Harley dealers and two unnamed analysts. The rebate is […]

Spring Prep: Top 10 Checks to Get Your Bike Ready to Ride

At this point in our riding careers, we have a pretty good handle on the necessary precautions and checks and yet, every so often we’ll have one of those infamous “oh $#!#” moments. Sometimes it can happen in the garage or driveway, other times it can happen out on the road. Those moments suck, so […]

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American Iron’s Editor Steve Lita Featured on Motorcycle Men Podcast

Podcast alert! American Iron Magazine Editor Steve Lita joins the Motorcycle Men Podcast to dish on the industry, American V-twins, and our Daytona Bike Week giveaway bike! Check out what Lita had to say by listening to Episode 85! Check it out at now at Motorcycle Men Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post […]