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Iron & Air is a collectible quarterly print publication for the motorcycle enthusiast. It's 114 archival-grade pages of custom motorcycles, adventure, craft, travel, fuel-culture, and storytelling.
From strange days and stranger nights in Death Valley and thrashing threads in the Pyrenees to speed painting in the UK and scraping belly pans in Russia, Issue 040 of Iron & Air satiates the travel bug by taking you around the globe and back again.
We visit Austria to see how 3-D printing is weaving into custom builds and fight inner demons on the racetrack in the Pacific Northwest. Caution is thrown out the porthole while escaping to Iceland, we discover a lost Czechoslovakian racer, and set 20,000 horses loose on the streets of NYC.
Grab your passport and hold on. This is Issue 040 and it is not to be missed.
While the motorcycle is the thread that connects us, it's the places it takes us that often create the greater stories of our lives. We created the publication to collect and tell these stories — a publication that was missing from our own coffee tables.
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“Iron & Air goes head-scratchingly above and beyond. I don't know how they manage it, but every issue is a work of art that makes you actually feel something.”
“Iron & Air is rather like the perfect motorcycle – because as a publication, they take me (with dependability and style) everywhere I want to go.”
"A mold-breaking format for a magazine that ditches the decades old factory-demo review and road-trip write-up in favor of the richer themes that can be explored amongst the aficionados and followers of motorcycle culture..."