One day you won’t be able to trek through rainforests, drink all night, climb high peaks, and keep up with your energetic kids. That’s when you hop on a cruise. Until then, pack in all the epic adventures you can, so you don’t look back one day with regret. Keep up while you still can and tackle these trips so that you enter your later years feeling worldly and accomplished.
While it would be nice to get away to some remote island this spring, it's not always that easy. Luckily there are plenty of places within the States that are perfect for a weekend getaway. One of our favorite places for warm weather is Michigan because it has something for everyone--adventure, relaxation, nightlife, you name it. Turns out, you really don't have to go that far to experience something different. Michigan is a quick fix for an itch to get away--just put your phone in airplane mode and it'll be as if you are officially off-the-map.
You may be against the cliched Bahamian vacation now, but chances are, one day you will find yourself flying away from Florida and into the beautiful, blue abyss. Just look at the facts: The Bahamas attracts over 5 million visitors per year, and partly because of the convenience, 80% of those visitors are American.
Harley-Davidson was founded in 1903 in Milwaukee, WI, and right away they were already getting requests for customized bikes. While Harleys are iconic vehicles regardless, there's nothing like adding your own detail to a bike to make it your own. From simple changes like custom paint, to elaborate add-ons like multiple engines, custom bike requests have gotten more insane over the years. We recently attended Harley-Davidson's 110th Anniversary celebration in Berlin to found out just how crazy these custom bikes can get.
You can have fun anywhere—all you need is a bottle and some good music. That being said, sometimes it’s nice to situate yourself in a place that welcomes a party. If what you're looking for in your next weekend adventure or New Year's Eve celebration is a combination of thumping beats, big crowds, and very late “last calls,” we suggest hitting up one of these celebration-ready cities.