Indian Motorcycle and whiskey manufacturer, Jack Daniel’s, have collaborated to create a limited-edition motorcycle based on the Roadmaster Dark Horse.

Called the Roadmaster Dark Horse Jack Daniel’s edition, the bike marks the fifth year of collaboration between the two brands, inspired by Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack premium whisky.

Indian and Jack Daniel’s create limited edition 2020 Roadmaster image

The motorcycle is limited to just 107 units. Besides the limited number, each one is numbered with an engraved Montana Silversmith badge and the owners get a custom Montana Silversmith belt buckle that is also engraved with the motorcycle number, VIN and owner’s name.

Indian and Jack Daniel’s create limited edition 2020 Roadmaster image

The Jack Daniel’s Edition Roadmaster Dark Horse features two-tone Whiskey Pearl paint, one-of-a-kind Oakwood ceramic engine finish, ‘Gentlemen Jack’ engraved in the floorboards, as well as a Jack Daniel’s logo on the seat and tank.

It also gets exclusive equipment like a Pathfinder Adaptive LED Headlight with Pathfinder S LED Driving Lights, a 600-watt PowerBand audio system, heated grips, a ClimaCommand Rogue heated and cooled seat, an adjustable Klock Werks windscreen as well as remote locking saddlebags and trunk.

Indian and Jack Daniel’s create limited edition 2020 Roadmaster image

The Roadmaster Dark Horse is powered by a 1.9-liter air and oil-cooled V-twin that produces 168 Nm of torque. It’s paired with a 6-speed transmission that drives the rear wheel via a belt. There’s a massive 20-liter tank to feed the equally massive engine. It’s brought to a stop with twin 4-piston calipers in front and a dual-piston caliper in the rear with ABS. That will come in handy as the bike tips the scales in stock form 394 kg dry weight.

This Jack Daniel’s Edition Roadmaster Dark Horse is the fifth collaboration between the two brands. In the past, Indian and Jack daniel’s collaborated to create custom and limited edition Scout Bobbers, Springfield Dark Horses, and Chief Vintages.

To accommodate the customization process, the bikes must be pre-ordered, with the units expected to be delivered by September this year. It’s priced at USD 38,999 (PhP1,895M).