2019 Indian Jack Daniel’s Springfield Dark Horse

Mar 14, 2019

Category: Rides

For three straight years, Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniel’s have been working together on magnificent limited-run custom motorcycles that, upon their release, have sold out in as little as ten minutes. This year, however, they’re doing things a little bit differently, offering an arguably fairer raffle to dish out the opportunity to own one of their upcoming 2019 Indian Jack Daniels Springfield Dark Horse bikes.

With inspiration drawn from Jack Daniel’s most premium whiskey offering, their Single Barrel Select Tennessee Whiskey, this unique bike is an homage to hard-working and hard-living craftsmen around the world. It’s powered by a 116 ci Thunder Stroke engine that’s good for around 75 horsepower and 119 foot-pounds of torque. But what really makes this thing special is all the premium appearance upgrades — which range from a two-tone paint job with a wood finish (reminiscent of whiskey barrels), to numbered special-edition badging, to engraved floorboards, and so much more. There’s no word on the official price, but winners will be chosen at random after the contest closes on March 17.

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