Pictures of the Chief Vintage have now been released and were created with Jack Daniels to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the distillery. The bike will be sold in a charity auction come October, and the proceeds will go to a charity that helps US military personnel. The JD Indian Chief Vintage fender is inscribed with the names of the seven master distillers who have overseen the Jack Daniels distilling process for the past 150 years.
While the bike is being auctioned, the bike will be produced in very limited quantities. Additional details on the production schedule and ordering process will be released during Daytona bike week- March 4th to the 13th. The bike was officially unveiled and displayed at the Barrett- Jackson Scottsdale Collector Car Auction from January 23-31 and will be shown again at Bike Week in Daytona.
Money raised from the charity auction will be donated to support “Operation Ride Home”, a partnership between Jack Daniels and the Armed Services YMCA that provides funding and travel assistance to help junior military personnel spend time with their families during the holiday season.