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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?
Posted by Tim George on 16th Mar 2013
I first encountered Iron & Air through a Facebook post from my friend. I clicked on the link, liked the bike I saw, so I liked the page. As I learned more and that a magazine had just come into production I wanted to read a copy. Being in Australia I couldn't find anywhere that stocked it! So, the digital package was perfect - and what a great mag! Well written copy, great photography and beautiful layout designed - I can even save the PDF to my desk top and read it when I like … I still want to find a copy to hold in my hands and experience to the max!
Posted by Greg Berg on 8th Mar 2013
Iron and Air's focus does not stray; it's about people and bikes, the only two things in motorcycling that matter. Some pics of the people seem a bit staged at times, but the overall attention to quality is very appreciated and admired.
Posted by Mark on 25th Feb 2013
The magazine is excellent and offers really good value when bought as digital package, but and it's. a big but .... The package requires Internet connectivity to load the each version. My preference would have been to download the magazine to ensure true portability.
Posted by John on 22nd Feb 2013
Its the first time i have tried a mag in digital form, and probably the last. The format & content is great, nothing wrong with what I&A have produced, i just don't like to sit & read in digital now that i have tried it, print is just so much better. If you like digital mags, you will love this, but i will stick to print in the future, even if the cost + post make it quite expensive.