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1. Cycle World
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2. Easyriders
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3. Motorcyclist
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4. Rider
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5. V-Twin
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6. Sport Rider
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7. Outlaw Biker Magazine
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8. In The Wind
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9. Motocross
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10. Hot Rod Bikes
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11. Motorcycle Cruiser
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13. Dirt Bike
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15. Biker
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16. Street Chopper
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17. American Iron Magazine
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18. Roadrunner Motorcycle Cruising
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1. Cycle World
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Asin: B00005N7PQ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 174
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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'Formerly Cycle. Editorial blend of infomation and entertainment about motorcycles and the various types of riding. Street, dirt and dual-purpose machines are included incycle world's coverage
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1-0 out of 5 stars Comic book grade motorcycle magazine
Years ago, Cycle World was a 1st class motorcycle publication
that assumed people were intelligent enough to work and modify their own bikes, and understand a myriad of technical articles
designed to enhance the enjoyment and understanding of the sport.

Now, the magazine(with the exception of the monthly technical
article by Cameron) just caters to the moronic instant gratification generation of which 90% are just posers raised with out the ability to reason their way out of a paper bag.

I am talking serious fluf...

5-0 out of 5 stars The best motorcycle magazine made in the USA
I've been reading motorcycle magazines for years and I find that Cycle World is consistently the best written. It is one of the few motorcycle magazines in the US that you can literally read from cover to cover. I really enjoy the fact that it is targeted at an adult audience - and it should be since the average age of their readers is around 40. That means that I don't have to wade through a bunch of prepubescent garbage to find out about this month's latest greatest bikes and that alone is worth the cover price.

This is a magazine that covers the entire spectrum of motorcycling. You can read articles about sport bikes, standards, cruisers, dirt bikes and even scooters. Cycle World offers really great Op-Ed pieces too, and that's what really sells this magazine.

One word of warning, if I was especially interested in only one kind of bike, or one aspect of motorcycling, I might prefer a specialty magazine. I'd still read Cycle World, however, just because it's nice to have a quality magazine about a sport I love that's a lot more than just pretty pictures.

2-0 out of 5 stars Unless youre devoted to sport bikes, keep looking
I have no interest in sport bikes though I understand the thrill for those who do. I subscribed to Cycle World because I understood it to be a premier motorcycle magazine. I won't renew my subscription. If you're looking for a magazine relating to sport bikes then Cycle World might be your magazine, if not, keep looking.

5-0 out of 5 stars cycle world
Lieor Outmezguine 12019 swallow falls ct silver spring md 20904 ... Read more


2. Easyriders
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Asin: B000060MKJ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 250
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars A Warlock Biker Sez:
I enjoy the cool bikes and hot witches that Easyriders has to offer. Another good selection to put in granny's donut house (the bathroom) ,is the 1% favorite, "Outlaw Biker." Both these magazines are old school and way kewl, in my book. But do not just believe reviews pick up a copy of either of these great magazines and decide for yourself.

1-0 out of 5 stars please weres the real fun what happen to u easy riders?
ok sorry to say this but we dont need no slut puppies in this magazine who dont know nothen about harley bikes... i think easy riders need to look back on there magazines back in the 1980's how they done there work thats what us magazine people want. we do not care for this young punks and young woneebee women on there neither... we want the real stuff. real harley people in here in the mags.... if this keeps on i will stop my mags. from eazy riders and so WILL my friends im speaking alot for people its not me its other folks saying the same thing... come on easy riders ya'll can do better. look at ur 1980's mags. there were hot!!!!!!! come on with the real stuff!!!! FORGET THE YOUNG (women) AND YOUNG PUNKS... WERE WAITING ON U HOPEFULLY YA'LL WILL CHANGE VERY SOON!!!!! ... Read more


3. Motorcyclist
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Asin: B00005N7RM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 225
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Not my favorite, but not bad
I like this mag. It's not the best if you're looking at Cruisers. Every month it seems like they throw in a few cruiser pics as an afterthought. This is clearly a sport/touring mag. They do run some interesting tech articles, like how tires are made, and they go into depth on bike specs. Go buy one and you'll know if you like it. I won't be renewing my subscription, but I'll be looking at it in the supermarket every month.
Happy reading!

4-0 out of 5 stars For those with eclectic interests.
Good technical articles. One of the better cycle mags out there for the rider who is dreaming about the next bike, or the wannabee just dreaming. A little light on focus, but what is there (and that's a fair amount) goes into appropriate depth to be useful. Not a picture, glamour or scene mag, rather a serious effort on bikes. It's just hard to predict whether this is the issue that will feature cruisers, sport-tourers, or crotch-rockets, etc., etc. Otherwise well put together.

4-0 out of 5 stars The yard-stick of motorcycle magazines
It has excellent reviews for cruiser and sportbikes, with good feedback for real world riding situations, as well as the track (high performance sportbikes). Most magazines focus on just performance and speed, but this one has the info. on real world stuff (ergos, comfort, maintenance, long term tests, accessories, etc.)
It's a great magazine for people who are shopping around for bikes who are doing their research, or for riders who want to know what new bikes are coming out. ... Read more


4. Rider
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Asin: B00005N7O6
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Ehlert Publishing Group, Inc.
Sales Rank: 208
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars good for ageing corner blasters
For ageing corner blasters like myself(53) who have slowed a bit and often ride two up on longish trips, "Rider" is an excellent magazine.It's new bike tests are reliable and low on hype. It's columnists often muse about the riding experience and its relation to our broader lives. It has plenty of "how to" features and my two decade collection of tours and destinations featured in "Rider" is keeping me pleasantly busy in retirement. A good down to earth,mature,magazine.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of my favorites┬┐
Largely geared towards the rider attracted to the larger bikes capable of logging lots of miles. Seems to feature a smattering of sport bikes, sport-tourers as well as touring rigs, the larger touring cruisers and liter sized open-bikes. The commentary is often based on longer rides, as well as long-term tests, and they occasionally dig up stuff on the classic bikes of the 50-70s, for those senior riders who want a trip down memory lane. They do not always have the most technical of write-ups, but feature good useful information for the enthusiast who wants to keep abreast of what's happening... Not a squid or scene mag.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Touring / Sport-Touring Readers
This magazine is for people that like to combine motorcycles with travel. It's for guys/gals that ride bikes to enjoy new places, find new twisties, and just plain put mileage on their machines. Flip through the pages and you don't see Super Sport/Nitro or V-Twin Ultra-Customs with zero miles on the odometer. Writers don't really care whether a bike does a 11 second quarter mile (don't get me wrong, more HP is better than less!). What you do get are stories about weekend and week-long rides in places like the Grand Canyon, the Pyrenee Mountains, or the Dakotas. Bike reviews are mostly on machines like the BMW K1200 GT (a sport tourer) or Yamaha Silverado (cruiser with bags/windshield). Columnists concentrate on riding skills, what to pack for the road, and gadgets that can make riding more fun. It's practical and entertaining info. It's my personal favorite magazine.

3-0 out of 5 stars The quick review
A good basic all around motorcycle magazine. Definitely for the mainstream and not the extreme biker, left or right.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the better Motorcycling magazines.
The thing I like about "Rider" is that it's more real world related that other magazines like "Motorcyclist" and "Cycle World." It focuses more on the ride rather than plugging the latest and greatest cutting edge motorcycles. It's very well rounded. If I could only subscribe to one Motorcycle magazine this would probably be the one I'd choose. ... Read more


5. V-Twin
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Asin: B000060MKK
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 342
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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2-0 out of 5 stars Maxim for Motorcycles
This magazine is published by the same people that brought us Maxim. So if you like Maxim, check it out. If you don't: pass. The pictures are slick, models are attractive, but there is little in the way of information on how to do it yourself or what was actually done to the bike. It is basically a picture book. If you are looking for technical articles, how tos or performance installs; check out Road Bike for metrics or Hot Bike or American Iron for Harleys and Victory's.

5-0 out of 5 stars Metric and Harley cruisers side by side!
Are you a cruiser owner that is sick of all the Harlier-Than-Thou magazines out there? Let me tell you, if all you want is to see a magazine chock full of awesome V-Twin custom bikes and you don't care what part of the globe they are from or what badge was on the tank then you better slap yourself down for a subscription to V-Twin magazine.

While pouring through a recent issue of V-Twin I find numerous four page spreads on fantastic custom cruisers that include a Kawasaki Vulcan 800, a Yamaha Road Star and a Yamaha Royal Star plus pictures of reader's rides showing a Yamaha Road Star and a Suzuki Intruder. Of course there are your typical custom Harley entrants including a fantastic Knucklehead and an INSANE custom from Eurocomponants! There are also heaps of ads for vendors that cater to both the Metric and Harley owners which is nice to see. And of course there are naturally write-ups on product reviews, wrenching advice, bike events, biking editorials and general bike news geared to the cruiser owner.

To me this is a great magazine that doesn't try to push the Harley world down my throat and I don't think I found a disparaging comment towards Metric bikes anywhere which was quite refreshing. V-Twin isn't about bad ... 'tudes, nor is it full of half naked women and profanity, it's all about custom cruisers and doesn't attempt to be anything its not. Don't get me wrong, I love a picture of a half naked woman laid over a bike as much as the next guy, but at the end of the day we are here for the bikes, admit it. For the record, I'm the owner of a 1999 Yamaha Road Star that I bought almost four years ago (my eighth bike), plus I am the owner of RoadStarMagazine.com, so you can see that metric cruisers and cruisers in general are a passion for me. ... Read more


6. Sport Rider
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Asin: B00005N7X0
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 480
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Most well-informed sportbike magazine in the US
I've subscribed to this magazine for over a year and in that time, I've found numerous articles, from reviews of the latest sportbikes to ratings of aftermarket parts and riding techniques, which have been worth archiving for later reference.

The reviews of the motorcycles are extremely helpful when considering a track bike or an everyday sporting ride, and I've found them to be extremely advantageous to carry along to the dealership when looking for a new or used bike. They're well-written, and the staff writers are among the most eloquent and well-informed in the business.

The aftermarket parts and gear reviews are just as helpful as the motorcycle reviews. When looking to set up the suspension of your bike, or looking for a good exhaust system or even cheap ways to boost your horsepower, look no further than here. The tech section is very helpful for finding the right parts for your bike, and in recommending the highest quality parts on the market.

Considering all the magazines in publication today, it's sometimes hard to settle in on one magazine which will suit your needs exactly. When I want to browse cruisers or touring bikes, I look elsewhere. But this is the only motorcycle magazine to which I subscribe, and it's left me satisfied month after month, whether just reading it or using it as a vital reference tool in the vast spectrum of high performance motorcycles.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sport Rider Magazine
Probably the best magazine on sportbikes and performance motorcycles I've ever read. Full of pertinent information on the latest machines, plus it has tips on riding techniques, which I find invaluable. The editors seem to have more insight into what makes performance motorcycles work than the other magazines.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best U.S. Sport Bike magazine
Of all the motorcycle magazines I've been able to get in the U.S., Sport Rider is the only one that is dedicated to Sport Bikes. It has great reviews on new bikes, tips on riding, racing news, and great reviews on Sport Bike products (i.e. the best helmets). If you're like me and you're not too interested in cruisers or touring bikes, but you are big into Sport Bikes, this is your magazine. ... Read more


7. Outlaw Biker Magazine
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Asin: B00006KRRP
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Outlaw Biker Enterprises
Sales Rank: 2386
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8. In The Wind
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Asin: B000060MKM
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
Sales Rank: 1478
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9. Motocross
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Asin: B00005R8BW
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Time4Media
Sales Rank: 593
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
Transworld Motocross and RacerX are the two best motocross magazines available!

5-0 out of 5 stars This magazine rocks!
This magazine always gets me fired up and ready to ride. I love the big colorful photos, and use the magazine as a way to stay updated on new gear and products. A good solid magazine that's worth the price. ... Read more


10. Hot Rod Bikes
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Asin: B00005N7VV
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 633
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars VRRRRrroooooooooommmmm! It's good!
Let's face it. If you own a Harley Davidson motorcycle, you're going to have to learn how to do some repairs and you're going to want to customize your bike to make it truly your own. With Hot Rod Bikes magazine, you're well on your way to knowing how to do both. Filled with great photos of some of the hottest custom cycles out there, plus some of the hottest biker babes, Hot Rod Bikes has a little bit for everyone, whether you're interested in improving the output of your Sportster engine or looking for a great way to paint your gas tank. Before you get your motor running and head out for the highway, look into a copy of Hot Rod Bikes. You'll be glad you did. ... Read more


11. Motorcycle Cruiser
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Asin: B00005NIPS
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Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 551
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Magazine
This is just about the only decent magazine I've found that covers only cruisers. Don't care about which new crotch rocket can do a 9-second quater? This is the magazine for you. It covers all the new bikes, with great reviews from many different riders and perspectives, plus gives general riding tips and maintenance/modification guides.

4-0 out of 5 stars 6 issues? You kidding?
I love this magazine. As soon as they start running it every month I'll raise my rating. This mag fills the gap between the sea of sportbike mags and the sea of Harley/Indian mags. Honda, Kawi, etc. are innovating like mad. The 1800's and 2000's are coming out and need to be covered! Thankfully, this mag fits the bill. It is worth reading, but needs to meet its potential. It needs to be more in depth, and published more frequently.
Happy reading

5-0 out of 5 stars Best cruiser mag...
Places all manufacturers on the same level...

Good unbiased reviews - feature bike reviews have multiple editors contributing their opinions. I also enjoy the multi-bike "shootouts" where a group of riders take turns & eval a class of bikes.

Good product reviews - in depth product tests as well as grab bag of new products in each issue.

Light on the technical articles, but this seems to be improving as they add staff.

The editorial team seems to attend & report on most major events and as a bonus, spin off features of their rides across country to these events. This is one of the mags I read several times before the next issue arrives...there is a website now as well .... Good buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Still My Favorite
I really preferred its earlier incarnation as a more touring oriented mag, but I suppose they had to follow the market. Still a very good cycle sheet for the more serious cruiser rider - as versus the bar hoppers. Great technical stuff, not afraid to express an opinion and quite up to date. Pretty much treats the Milwaukee and Metric crowds as equals - and feature both in their time, although they (thankfully) don't waste much space on the biker scene. If they have an agenda, I've not detected it and I often use the advice they offer when I'm out shopping for the latest and greatest toys for my bike (a heavy metric cruiser). This is the cycle mag I buy most often, as it generally suits my interests of fair-weather cruising, and casual to medium-distance touring.

5-0 out of 5 stars Knowledgeable, Thoughtful, Safety-oriented
What really makes this magazine a must-buy are the safety columns by Art Friedman, who was the founding editor and also used to be editor of companion mag MotorCyclist. Friedman has been writing for moto-mags longer than I've been riding, and has a real commitment to moto safety. He was the main man behind the Agenda for Motorcycle Safety a few years ago and writes columns in the Survival section that have saved my life a few times and some friends' too. That's worth the price by itself. ... Read more


12. Roadracing World & Motorcycle Technology
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Asin: B00006AMTF
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.
Sales Rank: 612
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The road racing bible.
It just doesn't get any better than this, trust me. If I were stranded on a desert isle and had to choose recv. the big four (Cycle World, Motorcyclist, Sport Rider, Cycle News) or Roadracing World, I'd pick the one issue of R&W every time. Nuff said. -ds-

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Motorcycle Pub. Period......
I get 11 subsrciptions and Roadracing World is by far my favorite. It covers all aspects of Roadracing and has great new product area, classifieds, etc..... I read it from front to back numerious times. Wish it was a bi-monthly publication. ... Read more


13. Dirt Bike

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Publisher: Hi-torque Publications
Sales Rank: 446
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Provides articles on new motorcycle performance, product comparisons, major racing events and how-to's on dirt riding skills.
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5-0 out of 5 stars dirt bike
Lieor Outmezguine 12091 swallow falls ct silver spring md 20904 ... Read more


14. American Rider
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Publisher: Ehlert Publishing Group, Inc.
Sales Rank: 588
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars too little info, too much money
Have not seen a copy of this mag for sale in a while, thought they went out of business. I used to buy it just to read Minton, he made alot of sense, and the Roll Up Your Sleeves was not bad. Most of the other articles in the magazine were just crap, like fashion comparisons on touring jackets. Tour pics and info totally inferior compared to AAA. Minton only one writing for this rag that knew spit about bikes. I would not waste the money on this rag again. Too little info, pitiful articles, and way too expensive for what you get.

5-0 out of 5 stars autopro
I appreciate the material in this magazine because it is focused more on the professional cruiser rather than the hell-bent dirt bike racer/rip it up type.Also, it includes some high quality advertisers rather than the typical racer interests. ... Read more


15. Biker
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Publisher: Paisano Publications, LLC.
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Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Biker Magazines
I have been buying biker magazines for over 30 years. I have bought Easyriders, Biker Lifestyle, and Biker. I have even bought the regular motorcycle magazines such as American Motorcycle and Iron Horse but they don't measure up to Biker. I enjoy the articles and the pictures from the different events they go to. I use to go to any newsstand and be able to buy bike magazines but not anymore. It is getting harder and harder for me to find these type of magazines over the counter (with or without a plastic cover). Why have they quit having them in newstands? Do they sell them any place else? I can find old editions at some of the local flea markets at the biker apparel shops and the bike stores such as Harley Davidson. Anyway, I still love reading the Biker magazine and will continue to do so until they stop publishing it. Keep up the good work, guys!!! Your friend, Deb M. ... Read more


16. Street Chopper
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Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 561
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars OLD SCHOOL
Real cool new and old school chopper's. Great photos, stories, and how to's. Great info on custom shops, and custom parts. If your looking to buy or build a custom rigit or soft tail, these is the magazine to start with for great ideas! ... Read more


17. American Iron Magazine
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Tam Communications
Sales Rank: 670
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best Harley magazine by far.
While most Harley magazines concentrate on pictures of flashy motorcycles or the biker lifestyle. American Iron comes through with great tech articles, product reviews, and a good balance between custom and antique bikes and your everyday man's motorcycle. If you like your Harley magazine with more substance than hype this magazine is for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars American Iron Magazine
The best of the best for Harley enthusiasts. Well written, fair and honest. Great motorcycle, accessory and clothing reviews. Terrific custom bike features and excellent presentation. Easy to follow tech and classics without all the girlie nonsense.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good tech articles, details and pictures
The most amazing thing about American Iron is their tech articles. Pictures are used to illustrate various steps in a process and, unlike most of the other Harley rags', the photos are crisp and detail the step! They really seem geared to a Joe Average reader who is not milling out the bore of their bike on a regular basis. ... Read more


18. Roadrunner Motorcycle Cruising And Touring
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Publisher: Roadrunner Publishing
Sales Rank: 2162
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19. ATV Magazine
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Publisher: Ehlert Publishing Group, Inc.
Sales Rank: 834
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Magizen ever
I think you guys did a great job on the magizens. My whole family reads them and they inspire us to do more stuff.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great mag for the weekend rider.
This is a great mag for the weekend rider. This mag is espeshaly good for those just starting out in the sport/hobby of riding. There is even a secion on riding tips, that i have found to be very helpful. The mag quality over all may not compair to other mags for the sport however given the price, focous, and riding tips of the mag its at the top of my list. ... Read more


20. Hot Bike
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Asin: B000695HWQ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Primedia Magazines
Sales Rank: 526
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