With a name such as Hellzapoppin Triumph Bonneville, this is definitely not your average motorcycle, and that’s because it was actually inspired by a very original dance called Lindy Hopping. Just in case you don’t know much about this dance, we’ll tell you that it evolved in Harlem, New York during the 1920s and 1930s, and that it’s actually a fusion of numerous dances such as breakaway, tap and Charleston. The motorcycle definitely borrows the joyfulness and exuberance of this dance, and it honors it nicely in its own unique way.
The Hellzapoppin Triumph Bonneville was created by a Portuguese bike shop named Ton-Up Garage, and it features a clean, sleek look that never fails to draw the eye. Its main highlights include a ripple leather seat as well as an overhauled rear area that incorporates new indicators, a new taillight and new wiring. This thing also flaunts new handlebar grips, chunky mud tires and wrapped exhaust pipes. Not bad at all, right?