Iron & Air isn't a magazine.

Iron & Air is a shared ethos of good living, adventure, and timeless pursuits. While the motorcycle is the thread that connects us, it’s the places it takes us that often create the greater stories we tell. Our quarterly journal is a collection of talented writers, photographers, and artists from around the world coming together to tell these stories in their own unique medium. We invite these likeminded individuals to be a part of Iron & Air. 

Now seeking extraordinary stories.

From the very beginning, we deliberately curated only the highest caliber of content to deliver via our social channels, and did the same with the pages of our magazine. Quantity over quality has never been an option. This standard has garnered the attention of world renowned brands and their respective audiences, increasing the number of eyes on Iron & Air (we reach nearly 1.5 million people weekly). Rather than regurgitating content from other blogs or sites, we want Iron & Air to be the go-to resource for fresh, original content that you can't find anywhere else. 


Contribute to Iron & Air

Click one of the below categories to begin the submission process. Due to the amount of submissions we receive, we can not guarantee acceptance and/or an immediate response. Be patient. If you're submission is both timely and compelling, we will be in touch. Thank you!

Feature Considerations

We'll consider almost any story or feature idea, but generally, our editorial falls in line with the following categories. Features may reside in social streams, in our online journal, or in the pages of Iron & Air. Please note, placement location is up to the discretion of our editorial team.

  • Builder Profiles - Q&A or essay style
  • Bike Builds/Automotive Features - featured project/builds
  • Lifestyle/Culture - events, travel, destinations, experiences
  • Destination/Legendary Roads - travel/journey/location-based features
  • Product/Gear - lifestyle and/or motorcycle related
  • Artist/Photographer Profiles
  • Technical Articles - showcase an expertise or unique skill set (wrenching/riding/etc)
  • Fiction - short stories that are motorcycle/non-motorcycle alike – nothing is off-limits

Note: If your bike or feature idea has been published elsewhere (blogs, other magazines, etc.), it's likely won't be something we will use. Please be clear if you have slated this content for publication elsewhere, as there are certain circumstances we will consider (we may be able to share it socially, but it may not make it into our online journal or the magazine).