1970 Honda CL450 / Lossa Engineering

1970 Honda CL450 / Lossa Engineering

If you’re in the middle of nowhere, a 40-year-old motorcycle is probably not the best choice of transportation. But Jay LaRossa of Lossa Engineering begs to differ, and he’s built the bike to prove it. This is Jay’s personal ride, a 1970 Honda CL450 built to tackle the rough stuff — and look sharp doing it. It’s also a practical custom, with not only panniers to hold Jay’s gear but also solar panels to charge electronic equipment — via Bike EXIF

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