Get a one-year subscription to Iron & Air Magazine delivered to your door and device. That's four beautiful, heavy stock, perfect-bound coffee table motorcycle and lifestyle issues to savor and collect throughout the year, along with access to the entire digital collection, starting with Issue One.
Posted by jon on 22nd May 2016
New subscriber, great stuff. the content is awesome.
Posted by John Duss on 18th May 2016
Terrific magazine. I can hardly wait until the next arrives. Lovely paper, interesting subjects, and fine writing. Also the photos are super.
Posted by mikey b on 17th May 2016
I really enjoy the subscription and am stoked on the quality of the magazine. It looks and feels great and is definitely set apart from ts competitors
I look forward to seeing what comes down the line in the future
One suggestion would be to extend a few of the articles just a bit... They are quick and well written and I would love to see something a bit more substantial whether it be in magazine form or book form!
Posted by Ryan Vance on 22nd Apr 2016
Iron & Air isn't a magazine about motorcycles. It's about the places we've been, the things we've seen and the people we've met on our bikes. It's a collection of art work, engineering, lifestyle and personality. It's a compendium someone who's never ridden a motorcycle could love. It is above all else, the only magazine worth reading.
Posted by Carlo Di Loreto on 8th Feb 2016
I just received Issue 20. The first thing I noticed is the texture of the cover. It feels waxy. I really like this and seems appropriate for a publication like this. The standard of the photography has always been good and this is still the case. The stories are really diverse and engaging. I'm really pleased with the mag and am glad that I purchased this for 12 months. I have previously been a digital subscriber, but the print is far superior experience for me.
Posted by Othello on 5th Feb 2016
Iron and Air Magazine is the greatest motorcycle publication that I have ever come across. Yes, other publications exist and have their place. However, none of them represent the ideas, culture, attitudes, and spirit of the average Joe or Jane. I&A highlights the work of men and women who are in their garages, sheds, shacks, sidewalks, studio apartments or back alleys turning wrenches, throwing sparks (sometimes haphazardly), and busting up knuckles in the pursuit of breathing new life into vintage machines.
I prefer the print subscription because of the attention to detail that the I&A team has put into this magazine. Everything from to the weight of the paper, the finish, the format, the curated artwork and photographs, the typography, even down to the quality of the binding. All of these things come together to create an amazing tactile reading experience that can’t be replicated by any mobile device. Not to mention, they look great on coffee tables, workbenches, and bedside tables.
Add this to the cart ASAP. You won’t regret it.
Happy reading, happy riding.
Posted by Michael on 19th Jan 2016
A magazine worthy that any real motorcyclists would be proud to have on their bookshelf or coffee table. Even the online version is perfect. Great photography and well written.
Posted by Jack Browning on 6th Jan 2016
I have always thought about subscribing to Iron & Air but just wouldn't plop down the dough. With the Christmas discount offer I jumped on it. Glad I did. Unique stories and wonderful photography about the side of the motorcycle world I care about most.
I do wish the cover were hardback or at least a little thicker and slick faced. But that's just me. It is still pretty perfect and I hope to see it around for years to come.
Posted by Smithster on 31st Jul 2015
This is a quality publication. You feel like you should be wearing gloves.
Posted by Neal on 31st Jul 2015
Great magazine! The pictures pop and the articles are well written and engaging.