While on the Dime City Cycles blog, I saw a poster that I loved the design of. Towards the bottom was a bunch of sponsors for the event being advertised, one of which was for a magazine called Iron & Air. Intrigued, I googled them and went to their website. From what I could tell it was a high quality print magazine dedicated to Cafe’s and Bobbers.
Instantly I began to look into getting a copy of the mag for myself. Since I already feel greedy buying all the parts for the bike (which is somehow made worse by the fact that I’m buying them online; go figure) I didn’t want to buy the magazine from their website, it just seemed silly. Instead, I wanted to find an actual retail location from which I could procure a copy. As fate (or whatever) would have it, the one Massachusetts location listed that carried the magazine was located in the next town over from me, in Wakefield.
The place was a motorcycle shop that I would have never known existed (my many cafe googlings have yeilded no results of them) had it not been for me finding out about this magazine. And, I would have never found out about the magazine if I’d never taken a closer look at the DCC poster. What a series of fortunate events!
Yesterday I went down to Don Hutchinson Cycle (the Wakefield motorcycle shop) and picked up a copy of Issue #7. I was blown away with what I found inside: