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Vasto Incendio heading home

Another build finished and heading home with it’s new owner. We’re very happy with the way this one turned out. Check out more pics and learn the details here.

Harley XR1200

Making the XR1200 a little better looking, we think!  Added our dual pipes, our prototype 1″ Clubman bars(coming soon), Joker Machine billet signals and we completely reshaped the the tail section and sucked in the light and license plate before we re-upholstered the seat.

Lossa Engineering builds a bike for Season 2 of “modJOBS” @eBayMotors

Lossa Engineering is modding a stock V Star 950 for the show “modJOBS” from @eBayMotors. First episode went live today. Check it out!

New T-Shirt Design

Lossa "Dept." T-shirt

As promised last week, we’d like to introduce our latest T-Shirt design. Not only is it a nice graphic (if we do say so ourselves) but it’s a great t-shirt as well. This isn’t your dad’s Beefy T. No, this is an American Apparel tri-blend. It’s cut a little slim so it will hug that spare tire just right, but it won’t shrink up too much so you won’t have that crop top look in few washes. That’s assuming you wash your clothes. Hurry over to the shop to get yours before they’re gone.

Triumph pics

Here is a few pics snapped by Jon Beck @ our shop last week

New hooded sweatshirts in stock!

Just in time for winter (timing isn’t our strong suit) we’ve got these kick ass hoodies to keep you warm. If you’re in Southern California where it’s currently 80 degrees, you can just rip the sleeves off, that’s pretty cool looking. In other good news, all of the T-shirt designs are also back in stock. And it doesn’t stop there. We’ve got a sweet new T-shirt design coming next week, so stay tuned. Happy Lil’ Friday everybody.
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Custombike Mag from Germany feature

Our friends from Germany came by to shoot some great pics and hopefully write kind words about us!

But who knows, we cannot read or speak German!            Check it here—> Custombike Mag

More random pictures by Jay LaRossa

Triton build X2

Jason Lee was aching for a new bike project, so he wanted me to finish the Triton I had spent over 3 years gathering parts for.  He is good friends with Giovanni Ribisi, Giovanni caught wind of what Jason was building and wanted one too.  So, now I have to cram over 3 years of period correct parts gathering and searching into a few months and bust out two of the most bitchen period correct Tritons! Stay tuned for more!

Video build of the Matix bobber