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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by Blueshwk, Jul 27, 2016.
That would be a lie.
They're buying us out in a undisclosed location in 45 minutes.....?
Edit: After they made us lock up our phones,, they unveiled the 2021 Jack Daniel's bike, fed us, gave us drinks, and had a great band rock our socks on top of BBQ Hill overlooking hillsides crowned with barrel houses.
Great Job, Indian. I'll do this again.
Any hints/teases from Indian on a new model in the future?
Just the new JD bike that will drop next week.
Can you talk about it, or are you under some kind of NDA?
Can talk freely. Just don't have photos, as they locked up the phones.
Back home. Go do that event if you can. First Class all the way. Missed you, @doublej .
So, what did it look like? Read elsewhere that it's a Challenger. What's the color pattern this year? What's different from a "regular" Challenger?
It's two-tone whiskey brown with tons of flake and beige. The heads are color matched, the bars are stock, the rear footboard say Jack Daniel's on the underside, there's an exclusive numbered makers badge on the highline airplane, and there are some striped graphics with the JD logo on the beige part of the fairing.
Mechanically, I don't think it's different from a regular Challenger. It's just dressed up in very limited edition style.
3hrs of gorgeous weather out to Ft. Payne and back.
Thanks for the info!
Thunder Beach 2021 [Fall]
Good Times begin now
A wet 328mi.....
Shit bro, not letting any grass grow under your tires, that's for sure. I just shot you a pm inviting you to a cold beer or three, but looks like your itenary is full. Would loved to catch up, but glad to see you having a good time none the less.
C'mon over, I'm buying.
Lord knows that's a tempting offer. But I think I'm going to give my bike some thorough test rides a little closer to the home stead. Why are the wise decisions always the most boring?
Ha! That make me chuckle. Thanks!
Someone is a busy boy . . .
Racking up the miles.
Couldn't go another mile without a beer!
That's a shame. Few more miles and I would have bought you one.