American Rider - December 2022

Check Out Our December 2022 Issue!

ON THE COVER: Editor Duke scythes the hills of Malibu aboard the most expensive production bike he’s ever straddled, the magnificent ARCH 1s. BTW, Keanu says hi!
American Rider - November 2022

November 2022

ON THE COVER: France has been an ally of the United States since 1778 and the Revolutionary War. The alliance continues in our “American in Paris” story, which culminated with this shot of two made-in-Milwaukee Harleys in front of one of the world’s most famous landmarks, the Eiffel Tower. Photo by Shelly Denny.
American Rider - October 2022

October 2022

ON THE COVER: Sturgis gleams in the evening light, capping off another terrific day and announcing another exciting night. Photo by Kevin Duke.
American Rider - September 2022

September 2022

ON THE COVER: Jeff Decker is a keen motorcycle enthusiast who has become famous for his bronze sculptures, most notably the 16-foot-tall “The Hill Climber” located at the Harley-Davidson Museum. Here he poses next to a few of his creations displayed at the Legends Motor Co. museum in Utah. Photo by Olivier Touron.
American Rider - August 2022

August 2022

ON THE COVER: A vintage Indian sports a hand-shifter topped by a Native American head sculpture, just one of 250 intriguing bikes seen at The Quail Motorcycle Gathering. Photo by Kevin Duke.
American Rider - July 2022

July 2022

ON THE COVER: The new Harley-Davidson Low Rider ST picks up where the revered FXRT left off. Photo by James Martinec.
American Rider - June 2022

June 2022

ON THE COVER: Rolling free on a tasty big-wheel bagger on the way to Arizona Bike Week. Photo by Rusty Childress.
American Rider - May 2022

May 2022

ON THE COVER: To riders, nothing says springtime like Daytona Bike Week, plus season kickoffs in Milwaukee at Mama Tried and in Minnesota at the Donnie Smith bike show. Photo by Olivier Touron.
Thunder Press - April 2022

April 2022

ON THE COVER: Young and old: The Road Glide ST is new for 2022, a performance bagger with H-D’s big-inch 117 Milwaukee-Eight motor. Thunder Press is considerably older, providing the journal of the American V-Twin community for 30 years! Main photo by Brian J. Nelson. 
Thunder Press - March 2022

March 2022

ON THE COVER: The Paradise Road Show attracts a younger generation of biker enthusiasts to its idyllic setting in Palm Springs, California. Sugar Shack Cycles built this bike for tattoo artist Sharon Moon. Photo by Olivier Touron.
Thunder Press - February 2022

February 2022

ON THE COVER: Squeezing a modern Indian Thunderstroke motor into a 1940s Indian chassis created El Camino, the latest project from Roland Sands. Photo by Olivier Touron. 
Thunder Press - January 2022

January 2022

ON THE COVER: Harley’s new Sportster S takes center stage in a battle of liquid-cooled American V-Twins. Photo by Kevin Wing. 
Thunder Press - December 2021

December 2021

ON THE COVER: A view from the sunny shores of the Sea of Cortez and the Rocky Point Rally in Mexico. Photo by Rusty Childress. 
Thunder Press - November 2021

November 2021

ON THE COVER: The colorful history of Crocker Motorcycles emerges from a black-and-white world. Photo by T.J. Rafferty.