1972 Honda CL350 / Lossa Engineering

Jay LaRossa runs Lossa Engineering of Long Beach, CA, and he builds super-clean cafe racers. Like this very sharp 1972 Honda CL350. I wanted to do a high pipe bike, says LaRossa, and cross over one of the exhausts, through the spot where the battery and electrics used to go — via Bike EXIF

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