Iron & Air
"The magazine we wanted.
We're motivated like most who can't get enough of these machines in our lives: to roll out of bed, risk, and chase the life we're looking for. Motorcycles have a way of moving us towards that. While the machine is the thread that connects us, it’s the places it takes us that often create the greater stories of our lives. We seek to tell those stories in a timeless publication that had been missing from our own coffee tables: a quarterly, heavy stock, 114-page storyteller capturing the chase.
You might be accustomed to what a motorcycle-based publication should look and sound like. At first, you'll likely be confused....and then hopefully delighted, enjoying this rag kicking around your world as much as we do.
To the wind in your face, on or off the bike...
The crew at Iron & Air"
Ever wondered exactly what it takes to put a factory race bike on the start line at the Isle of Man TT?
Ever wanted to know how a TT race bike is developed or what goes on in the mind of a racer seconds before the flag drops? Want to find out what the testing programme is like or how a rider prepares for the most famous race on Earth?
In Issue III we go behind the scenes at this year's TT with unrivalled and exclusive access to all areas of Norton's set up – its garage, pits, team and motorhome.
With unique insight from Norton's owner, Stuart Garner, as well as two-time TT-winner Cameron Donald and key members of Norton's race outfit, this issue tells the story of one of the most famous names in motorcycling and its obsession with the most famous race on the planet.
Interviews with other racers, as well as spectators, TT staff and residents of the island, this super-sized 132-page issue gives an insight into the most famous road race on the planet.