I’ve got my foot raised, wrapped in a bag of frozen French fries from the freezer (holy alliteration Batman!) – this is NOT how I wanted to write my first post on bikerMetric.
The Honda CX series has always stood out to me because of the “Flying V-Twin” engine configuration. I think it was one of Honda’s first steps into manufacturing V-Twin engines. The 400cc Honda CX wasn’t available in North America, but the CX400 was available on dealership floors in Japan and in Europe from the 1970s through to the early 1980s.
Elias is a young Greek leathersmith who also goes by Luie Leather. Named after the great king (I totally made that up), Luie Leather’s work speaks for itself.
For this build Elias used less leather and more backyard paint job and created a Honda CX 400 with a totally different look.
When he picked up the Honda CX 400 from the year whogivesadamn, it looked like…. well.… s***.
And now just to pick up where Trent left off… Eat up girls and boys, bikerMetric is ON!
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