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1-Year Digital Subscription (includes complete archive)

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Get a 1-year digital subscription to Iron & Air Magazine (six issues) including all back issues for one low price. This is the best way to make sure you didn't miss a single issue of Iron & Air and catch up on every issue since the beginning!

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Inspirational Reading and Viewing

Posted by Greg Tutunjian on 4th Dec 2012

Finally an applied art, science and philosophy of motorcycling magazine. You can tell that each article, advertisement and illustration was carefully conceived and produced to move us while experiencing it. Nothing against the other motorcycling magazines: they fill a critical commercial gap. This one just sails on a different sea.

Beautiful bikes with no distractions

Posted by Markus Laumann on 14th Nov 2012

When it came in the mail my wife asked me why I bought a magazine (a rare occurrence for me). I told her it was for the pictures. She quickly flipped through, surprised to find only four women, fully clothed, tastefully shot, with no sign of that "Easyrider" porn rag vibe. Thanks for keeping the focus directly on the bikes and makers. This is what bike mags should all strive to emulate.

Cover to cover

Posted by Jamison Airmet on 31st Oct 2012

You know you got a good mag when you read it cover to cover before you put it down. Nice job. I used to be a printer before going into graphic art and online marketing and I gotta say between the writing and photos and the interesting people and subject matter, this thing has it all wrapped up in a sweet package. I can't wait for next issue, and thanks for recognizing the little things like the matte stock, good ink holdout and perfect bind. Kudos to your staff. -now if I can only get one of my bikes finished pretty enough to be an issue!


Posted by pat on 31st Oct 2012

This one one helluva beautifully designed magazine. Great, thick quality paper. Epic typography. I went to school for design many moons ago. I should know, right?




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  1. A Cut Above

    Posted by Don Sanders on 14th Jul 2013

    This magazine excels! It is so rare to find a publication that compels you to read every word, ponder every photograph, then go back again and again to leaf through it once more.
    The writing is outstanding, and runs from informative to inspiring. Great job! I hope to see more issues for years to come.

  2. Great magazine

    Posted by Jean-Fran├žois Brideau on 13th Jul 2013

    Well if you're into modified motorcycles and passionate people who dare live up to their dreams, no matter what... then read on.

  3. Finally, the motorcycle life in print and pics

    Posted by Bill Conner on 12th Jul 2013

    Thank you, Iron and Air. You've managed to do what no one else has been able to pull off: create a magazine that LOOKS the way that motorcycling FEELS. I don't care if you're on a epic ride or just cleaning your chain, when you're around your bike the world looks different. Iron and Air captures that look and feel perfectly in a slick, professional publication. I'm so happy I bought the complete digital package so I don't miss a thing, keep up the great work.

  4. Top pf the line mag!

    Posted by Joseph Guarrasi on 12th Jul 2013

    Probably THE best magazine on motorcycling I have ever read. Stylish, informative, extremely inspirational and being that I am a photographer, the photos are top notch.

  5. I have been waiting too long for a mag like this - well done!

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Jul 2013

    Great magazine, you can tell motorcycling runs through the veins of the team at Iron and Air. Having a digital copy of the issues is great as I can refer back to articles in a couple of clicks. Awesome. Great to see limited amount of relevant advertising and not pages and pages of crap.

  6. THE Magazine I was looking for

    Posted by Tom Lee on 13th Jun 2013

    I subscribe to several motorcycling magazines: Cycle World, Rider, etc etc etc. I enjoy the reviews about new technologies and machines, and the industry news. But deep in my heart I love old motorcycles and the magic that some builders can accomplish on limited means.

    This is a magazine for hot rodders, tinkers, tradesmen (and women), dreamers, artists and poets, and aficionados of old machines who love the sense of freedom and adventure that's part of being exposed to the world on a motorcycle.

    This specific deal is a steal. Sure, print's better than digital - but it's also very expensive for the publisher and consumer. If you've got a computer, iPud or whatever, this is an absolute STEAL, and you'd be crazy to pass up on it.

  7. Print media quality with digital sizzle!

    Posted by Patrick Farrell on 29th May 2013

    The digital version of Iron and Air is simply fantastic. The ability to jump between issues and re-read great stories on the fly is truly a wonderful experience. Like just about anyone else here, I love analog. I love print. I love the feel of print. But let's be honest, I'm not going to carry the I&A library around with me. Print is definitely a great way to experience I&A in solitude. But this digital version is the best for sharing great ideas with others when the moment strikes. It's a great way to initiate others into the world of independent media. Great purchase.

  8. One of the best magazines around.

    Posted by Gary on 27th May 2013

    Love the fact I can read any of them anywhere any time.
    Beautiful photography with great writing.

  9. Real bikes, real people

    Posted by Dave on 26th May 2013

    Purchased the digital package because the price was right. I have really enjoyed the content as I love wrenching and riding on older machines.
    As others have said there is a little getting used to the format verses a hard copy but it looks awsome on my 10 inch tablet.
    All the best and good luck to the publishers and everyone putting this together. Keep em coming.

  10. Good magazine

    Posted by Unknown on 25th May 2013

    Enjoy the topics and photographs

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