Get a one-year subscription to Iron & Air Magazine delivered to your door. That's four beautiful, heavy stock, perfect-bound coffee table motorcycle and lifestyle issues to savor and collect throughout the year.
Note: Select your subscription's mailing destination to determine pricing. $49 USA, $59 CA/Mexico, $89 International
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.
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.
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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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.
Posted by Mark Bogart on 30th Jul 2015
In an age where every magazine can be read on line, Iron & Air stands out as something to hold in your hands. These are keepers.
Posted by Dennis Reed on 29th Jul 2015
I have always really loved the amazing art you guys put to print. I share them at work and with my friends and family. I hope when you guys come up to the OneShow in Portland I can buy you a drink and personally thank you for the amazing job you do.
Be blessed and encouraged
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jul 2015
Great magazine, it is so nice to have a good printed version!
And good service, recieved it very quickly (Shipped to Belgium)
Posted by John Dolber on 3rd Jul 2015
Worth keeping a few copies on hand, when power is not available (E.G. hanging in the old shop or garage) OK, digital can be convient but holding copy in your hand, smelling the ink and knowing short of theft,fire and dimentia that it's yours. Truly a great way to introduce someone that there's life beyond computers. Great job, keep the presses going.
Posted by John on 28th May 2015
Outstanding art and photography along with unusual articles and stories makes for thought provoking entertainment.
Posted by Mike on 21st May 2015
We are often taught and challenged to work with people who are different than we are, who challenge our beliefs, and therefore help us learn and grow, bringing out the best in us. Looking back over 41 years of working in organizations I have learned that sometimes the opposite is true for me. I discovered that most of the work I have done that was meaningful and significant came out of an affectionate relationship with others on the team. This goes beyond the required professionalism of working with others; it was about the affection for others that comes from sharing some common purpose and ground. Perhaps by sharing a partial view of life in some way creates a congruence with others, in what otherwise sometimes could feel like a bitter and hopeless struggle. Iron and Air Magazine effectively captures a set of values, and a way of living well in an understated way as a common denominator for its subscribers.
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