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Tuesday, 27 March 2018

Indian Motorcycle

“Blacked Out & Stripped Down” – the Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade Limited Edition Scout Bobber

Indian Motorcycle has unveiled the latest result of their collaboration with Jack Daniel’s and Brian Klock, the Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber. 

“For the third straight year, the two iconic American brands have joined forces with Klock Werks Kustom Cycles of Mitchell, SD, to celebrate their shared values with an ultra-premium, limited edition motorcycle. This year they looked to the Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade and their impressive gold and black fire trucks for design inspiration. Jack Daniel’s is the only distillery in the world with its own fire brigade, which is staffed entirely by employee volunteers.
As a nod to the “Old No. 7 Brand”, only 177 of these bikes will be built. “Each of the 177 individually numbered motorcycles are accented with Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade themes.  The bike has subtle two-tone matt black paint, a first for Indian Motorcycle, and is covered in real 24 karat gold graphics on the tank and fenders. The 24 karat gold carries through to the Fire Brigade emblem on the tank and the “Bottles and Throttles Don’t Mix” emblem on the front fender. 
To celebrate the hard work, commitment and bravery of all firefighters and EMS first responders, Indian Motorcycle and Jack Daniel’s are hosting a sweepstake only open to these service members. Participants can enter to win bike #001 at a variety of events this year, including Daytona Bike Week, Fire Department Instructor’s Conference (April 23-28), Sturgis Motorcycle Rally (August 3-12), and Red Knights Motorcycle Club International Convention (August 16-19).
Each bike will come with a commemorative fireman’s axe, which will be engraved with the owner’s name, motorcycle number (#001-#177) and VIN, a two-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and free membership in the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group for one year. Each bike will be built to order with delivery starting in August 2018.
Update: When Indian Motorcycle dealers began accepting orders on March 13, they sold out in less than 10 minutes!