Am I confused or doesn't BOCES have a ton of adult and continuing education options?
There are a bunch of people doing that with the Ape (Piaggio - see below). I wanted to bring back an old Ercolino (Moto Guzzi). Of all the things I passed on over there, my biggest regret is probably the Ercolino with tank treads. That thing was awesome and it was only a couple of grand. Of course, they would have busted my balls about shipping it. I am sure it was one of those free bikes are the most expensive kind of deals, but it was super cool. They had been using it in a vineyard and then just left it outside for a decade or two. Haven't seen one since.
You didn't call them "cafe racers" you called them "cafe'" which is why we are making fun of you. Just call them motorcycles.Quote:
Weird that it's not "cool" to call them cafe racers on caferacer.net, but ok. Noted.
Start looking at technical schools. There is someplace called "welding fantasy camp" which I think gives like $100 day courses but that's just enough info to get you in trouble. Real welding coruses where you end up a certified welder are going to be a couple grand.Quote:
I'm 27, so BOCES isn't really an option. I'm not in a situation where I could quit my job and put myself back through school, so I'll need to take classes at night or on weekends, one at a time most likely, all which puts me at a disadvantage.
YOu buy that Honda yet?
A little late to the hipster party?