Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniels have teamed up once again to create a limited run of very cool motorcycles.

While last year we were treated to the very cool – and very limited run – Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain, this year sees the third collaboration between the two iconic American brands turn its sights to the new Indian Scout Bobber.

Only 177 of these bikes will be built globally with the build number a nod to the “Old No. 7 Brand”.

For the third straight year, Indian Motorcycle joined forces with Klock Werks Kustom Cycles to create these bikes, taking inspiration from the gold and black fire trucks used by the Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade, the only distillery in the world with its own fire brigade.

Each of the 177 individually numbered motorcycles are accented with Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade themes. The bike has subtle two-tone matte black paint, a first for Indian Motorcycle, and is covered in real 24-karat gold graphics on the tank and fenders. The 24-karat gold carries through to the Fire Brigade emblem on the tank and the “Bottles and Throttles Don’t Mix” emblem on the front fender.

Other custom details include a perforated genuine leather seat with Jack Daniel’s embroidery and custom grips, pegs, and shift levers inspired by the Old No. 7 Brand.

Premium gloss black finishes on the fender struts, hand control levers, engine valve covers, and exhaust tips, while a gold coloured Indian Scout badge further showcases the attention to detail given in the design of this limited-edition bike.

No word as we go to print on how many – if any – examples of the Jack Daniel’s Scout Bobber we’ll see in our neck of the woods, but as we saw one of the Chieftain’s in the flesh at the Leadfoot Festival in February, we wouldn’t bet on one or two finding their way down under.