Did you know the concept of a Tour de France comes from making, not cycling.
Makers were first.
Every maker has to learn how to make things: the law of practice. If possible: learn from diffferent masters in different places.
In France there is a living tradition in many professions:
Le COMPAGNONNAGE, with its Tour de France!
A Compagnon learns a craft and travels around France to different ateliers (and masters) to hone his proficiency. His Tour de France may take 4 to 6 years. So it is not just learning a craft, it is Bildung in the classical sense.
This is so unique, that Unesco has put it on the List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity:
“Compagnonnage, network for on-the-job transmission of knowledge and identities”
At the end of his Tour de France a Compagnon will make his masterpiece, demonstrating what he learned. Many masterpieces of the past are preserved in les Musées de Campagnonnage de France.