Drinking and driving don't mix, but in this case we'll make an exception.
Indian Motorcycles, owned by Minnesota-based Polaris, has for the second year in a row announced a collaboration with Jack Daniel Distillery to create a JD-branded special edition bike.
Just 100 of the 2017 Limited Edition Jack Daniel's Indian Chief bikes will be made.
They were designed in conjunction with South Dakota based Klock Werks Kustom Cycles, featuring "one-of-a-kind white and black crystal paint" and several Jack Daniel's "Old No. 7" logos and badges placed across the bike.
Each comes with a commemorative American flag made from JD barrel wood and each flag will be customized with the owner's name, motorcycle number and VIN.
You can find more specs here.
To buy one, it will set you back $34,999 and you've got to act fast – orders open at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, with interested customers told to contact their local Indian dealer.
Last year when Indian and Jack Daniel's first teamed up to mark JD's 150th anniversary, they sold the first of its 2016 edition bikes at a charity auction for $150,000. The remaining 149 bikes sold out in eight hours.
America's "oldest motorcycle company," Indian Motorcycles has been in business for 116 years and in 2011 it was bought out by Polaris, which switched manufacturing of the bikes to Iowa and the engineering to Wyoming, Minnesota, according to Indian's website.
Polaris announced in January it would be winding down production of its Victory motorcycles line to focus on the Indian, sales of which surged by more than 50 percent during the first quarter of 2016.