Welsh Motörhead frontman Ian Fraser Kilmister was known to friends as Lemmy and to fans for his appreciation of amphetamines and Nazi symbology, though importantly not ideology. Sadly for that group, Lemmy passed at the end of December, as the BBC and others reported.

His spirit, however, wasn't truly laid to rest until Bay Area artists from Cyclcide, a "Heavy Pedal... Bik Rodeo" that serves as "a club of alter-bike mechanics, mariachi-punk musicians and cycle crazed clowns who love building bikes and creating custom artwork" provided him a proper Viking burial (in effigy).

Yes, they created a full replica of their beloved musician, as Laughing Squid reported.

"We really had fun making the boat and the Lemmy," said participant John Law. "Had to be done. If anyone deserved a Viking Burial at Sea, it was Lemmy."