When you buy a motorcycle, you’re not just buying a ride—you’re buying a piece of the machine.
The gears, the brakes, the suspension, the engine, the transmission—everything else is part of the ride.
But, you’ll find out a lot more about the motorcycle when you take it out in public.
So, what are you going to do with that?
And how much does it cost?
The motorcycle mechanic is a relatively new profession in the US, and one that hasn’t quite taken off the way that the electric-vehicle market has.
It’s been around for years, but its growth in recent years has been stymied by the high cost of batteries.
But with a growing demand for more efficient cars and trucks, the profession is now looking for ways to make a living.
That’s why Harley-Davidson recently announced a new motorcycle-mechanics school, and the first of its kind in the country.
The school will focus on teaching motorcycle mechanics the basics of the craft, and will be open to anyone from anywhere in the world who wants to become a mechanic.
But the school’s main goal is to bring in a wider array of riders—from a younger age group to older ones—to get a more holistic understanding of how the machine works.
For some, the idea of learning the basics could be daunting.
It might be a long process for someone who’s only been riding a motorcycle for a few years, or it might require a lot of time and money.
But that’s why the school will be an educational experience for anyone who wants it, said Harley-Daveson co-founder and president of engineering Scott McPherson.
The idea is to offer something more rewarding than just buying and driving a new bike.
“What we’re trying to do is give someone the tools they need to get their hands dirty,” McPhearson said.
The company hopes to eventually have two schools open in the city, in the middle of Manhattan, and in San Francisco, as well.
While the schools will be in the bike-mech industry, the schools are also aimed at the wider community.
McPhetson said that the goal is not to build a bike-shop, but to open up a community of mechanics to give other people the same tools that they use every day.
“It’s really about a community learning,” McPartan said.
The first two schools will open in New York City this fall, and a third one will open later this year in San Jose.
“That’s where we’re headed,” McPARTAN said.
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