Indian Motorcycle Introduces Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain

For the second-year, Indian Motorcycle partnered with Jack Daniel’s to have a custom Bagger designed by Klock Works Custom Cycles of Mitchell, South Dakota. The motorcycle brings together two brands that share a mutual commitment to independence, originality, and ingenuity. The Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain conveys an intimidating presence while maintaining an ultra-premium look.  Designed with a sleek, aggressive style, this extremely limited edition motorcycle is sure to turn heads.

The 100 individually numbered motorcycles offer a wide array of custom details, highlighted by a one-of-a-kind white and black crystal paint job with charcoal colored accents inspired by Jack Daniel’s unique charcoal-mellowing process. A host of Jack Daniel’s “Old No. 7” logos and custom badging are interspersed throughout the bike, including “logoed” billet driver and passenger floorboards, leather tank pouch, aluminum tank console with motorcycle number, and unique cam, primary and air intake covers. The crowning detail is a handmade, pure silver Jack Daniel’s horn cover badge, hand-crafted by the team at Montana Silversmith, exclusively developed and produced only for this motorcycle.  The bike also carries an inscription of Jack Daniel’s “Bottles and Throttles Don’t Mix” mantra to remind riders that drinking and riding are meant to be enjoyed separately.

In addition to the bike’s unique custom-branded accents, the Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain also features a 19-inch, contrast cut front wheel with an open fender and a host of premium touring amenities including LED headlight and driving lights, power adjustable flare windshield, gloss black front and rear highway bar, 200-watt premium audio system with fairing and saddlebag speakers, and Indian Motorcycle’s proprietary Ride Command™ infotainment system.

Only 100 of these show-stopping Limited Edition Chieftain’s are available globally, and each comes with a commemorative American flag handmade from Jack Daniel’s barrel wood.  Each flag will be customized to include the owner’s name, motorcycle number and VIN.  The individually numbered bikes carry an MSRP of $34,999 (California models add $250 for California emissions) and a Canada MSRP of $42,499. Each comes with a two-year unlimited mileage factory warranty and free membership in the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group™ for one year.

To order one of these highly sought after limited edition motorcycles, please visit or call your local Indian Motorcycle dealership starting at Noon Eastern on March 14th. Only 100 motorcycles will be produced and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Specific motorcycle numbers may not be reserved.  Each of these motorcycles will be hand-painted and built, with delivery occurring no later than August 2017.

“You won’t find two brands that better represent the American dream and the power of American ingenuity more than Indian Motorcycle and Jack Daniel’s,” said Steve Menneto, President of Motorcycles for Polaris Industries. “Once again, Brian Klock and his team at Klock Werks Kustoms exceeded our expectations with a totally unique Indian Chieftain that combines a sense of exclusivity with a tough, aggressive edge. We couldn’t be happier with it.”

The collaboration began in 2016 when the two iconic brands came together to create the Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s® Indian® Springfield™ and Indian® Chief® Vintage in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Jack Daniel Distillery.  All 150 available motorcycles sold out in only eight hours.

“The response to last year’s collaboration was nothing short of spectacular, and we’re extremely proud to carry this partnership forward in 2017 to further reinforce our ‘Bottles and Throttles Don’t Mix’ campaign,” said Dave Stang, Director of Events and Sponsorships for Jack Daniel’s. “Both Jack Daniel’s and Indian Motorcycle were born from a singular vision, powered by a relentless sense of ambition to bring a dream to life, and that’s ultimately what this Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain represents.”


12 Responses to “Indian Motorcycle Introduces Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain”

  1. 1 franco Mar 14th, 2017 at 8:10 am

    And yet another “new” model?

  2. 2 Matt W. Mar 14th, 2017 at 8:18 am

    I’m not usually into busy paint schemes but they did an excellent job of balancing flash and class with this one. IMO Harley should take notes here when it comes to their CVO paint.

  3. 3 Matt W. Mar 14th, 2017 at 8:24 am

    franco. You are the only one here that has used that word.

  4. 4 Dana Mar 14th, 2017 at 9:26 am

    It’s a good looking bike. But I really dislike that big chunky nav system, and to me, it’s not really an Indian without that swept front fender.

  5. 5 seymour Mar 14th, 2017 at 9:44 am

    Oh brother.

  6. 6 franco Mar 14th, 2017 at 9:50 am

    Opps Matt…I was just basing that on past rollouts of paint schemes.

  7. 7 BobS Mar 14th, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    Looks good enough but for 12,000 more clams than a stock Cheiftain I think I’d go with a super charged and custom painted stocker.

  8. 8 Jerrman Mar 14th, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    Ridiculous waste of money and resources. Try spending all that capital on some new lighter engineering variations of the Scout and/or the FTR750. That’s where the future is.

  9. 9 VForce Mar 14th, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    Hey is that Polaris’ remaining of Victory motorcycles burning in the background????

    (TOO SOON????)

  10. 10 VForce Mar 14th, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    Remaining inventory

  11. 11 Septic the Sceptic Mar 14th, 2017 at 9:06 pm

    Considering the devastation that the demon drink wrought upon the native population, this cross promotion seems a bit crass.

  12. 12 Hdrider Mar 15th, 2017 at 7:11 am

    No wonder the only Indian dealer in Cincinnati went out of businesss.

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