You’ll Get Intoxicated By Just Looking At The Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber
We got our first look at the 2018 Indian Motorcycle Scout Bobber months ago and now we get a very special edition that combines two iconic American brands. Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniel’s collaborated on this tremendous Scout Bobber that will get you intoxicated just by looking at it.
As they have done in the past, the Jack Daniel’s Indian Motorcycle has branding from “American’s First Motorcycle Company” and “America’s First Registered Distillery.” This year’s special edition ride pays homage to firefighters and first responders. The beautiful bike has a “two-tone” coloring of two different matte-black colors plus gold highlights. The gold graphics are real 24 karat gold.
The motorcycle is heavily influenced by the Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade, which is dedicated solely to the Tennessee whiskey company and is staffed by volunteer employees. There are “Old No. 7” logos on the end caps on the foot pegs, “Jack Daniel’s” is stitched into the seat, and a Fire Brigade logo on the gas tank. This is a Jack Daniel’s motorcycle, but it comes with an important reminder on the fender that reads: “Drive Responsibly: Bottles & Throttles Don’t Mix.”
“Our partnership with Jack Daniel’s celebrates American craftsmanship of the highest order,” says Steve Menneto, President of Indian Motorcycle. “This year’s limited-edition bike draws inspiration from the incredible story of Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade, while honoring the passion and dedication of firefighters and emergency medical responders who serve our country.”
The Bobber was customized by Brian Klock of Klock Werks Kustom Cycles out of Mitchell, South Dakota. Only 177 of the Jack bikes dedicated to the “Old No. 7 Brand” will be made. The Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber will be available starting on March 13. Pricing starts at $16,999 and comes with a two-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and free membership in the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group for one year.