Shaking hands, reflecting the honors of each founding era Jack Daniel’s contract with Indian Motorcycles led to a seven-year collaboration on six limited-edition bikes. The first project is his Jack Daniels Indian Chief Vintage, which arrived in 2016 and helped celebrate his 150th anniversary of the Tennessee Distillery.Since then, 2017 Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain, 2018 Jack Daniel’s Indian Scout Bobber, 2019 Jack Daniel’s Indian Springfield Dark Horse, 2020 and 2021 Jack Daniel’s Indian Roadmaster Dark Horseand 2022 Jack Daniel’s Indian Challenger Dark Horse It has celebrated nectars such as Single Barrel Select, Gentleman Jack and Tennessee Rye, as well as the distillery’s on-site fire brigade. With Collaboration Number 7, it’s only right to pay tribute to the whiskey brand’s underlying drink and one of its most enduring mysteries: Old Number 7 Tennessee whiskey. The bike for that is the 2023 Jack Daniels Limited Edition Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horse.
An established totem occupies an established location thanks to custom work by Klock Werks of Mitchell, South Dakota. The Jack Daniel’s logo or signature is embossed on the front and rear fenders, solo his seat, etched on the exhaust and appears on Montana’s Silversmith his badge above the horn. The tank above the Thunderstroke 116 engine with unmachined cylinders and heads, Cloud Silver painted rockers and pushrod tubes displays the ‘I’ in the script. A special touch on this motorcycle is the hand-applied Super Graphite Metallic paint mixed with Old No. 7 Whiskey. A white center rim harmonizes with bodywork stripes from front to back.
Indian will produce 177 Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Chief Bobber Dark Horses worldwide, with each model starting at $24,999. Bookings will open on March 14th at 12:00 PM ET and will close once all rides are sold out. Indians will begin sending quotas to US and Canadian dealers by the end of the month.
Oh yeah, about the mystery of Old No. 7 — no one knows why whiskey is called that. If Jack Daniels knew, it didn’t say, To tell slippery“The mystery of Old No. 7 has surrounded Jack Daniels for over 150 years.