Call it the motorcycle itineraries. Ride a Harley around Cuba like the planet’s most-worn revolutionary, on a tour arranged by none other than Ernesto Guevara, the 49-year-old son of the South American guerrilla. The elder Guevara’s 1951 ride from Argentina to Venezuela became the stuff of Marxist legend and was dramatized in the 2004 biopic The Motorcycle Diaries . The younger Guevara’s tour provides five-star accommodations and comes with a top-end price tag of $5,800. The proletariat will have to settle for T-shirts.