There are but three good reasons to straddle a 200-horsepower steel machine that’s capable of making you an unwitting stuntman in a horrible mishap. One: Easy Rider, which you’ve watched 87 times. Reason two: Motorcycles are social machines that identify you and draw you into contact with other like-minded people — friends, remember them? — who share a consuming passion. Not so for automobiles. Have you ever seen two guys gassing up their Lexus SUVs and chatting about road conditions, mechanical issues, or great barbecue joints? Third: Riding a motorcycle reminds you that you are very much alive. Alive and in control and free. Just the opposite of how you feel about spending another summer vacation at the Jersey shore with your brother-in-law and his whiny kids. We think it’s high time you claimed a little of your precious vacation for yourself. Time you did something you’ve always dreamed of. No experience necessary. In this guide, you’ll find camps and courses that teach exciting new skills, impart unforgettable experiences, and even supply life-shifting perspectives. Get busy. AUTOMOTIVE RESTORATIONLearn how to rebuild a classic car at the McPherson Institute in McPherson, Kansas. It’s all hands-on work, including welding frames, retooling engines, and restoring finishes. $495 for 5-day sessions on specific skills. (620)… Read full this story
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