Jawa is yet to start deliveries of the Jawa classic and 42. Both the motorcycles were launched back on 15 November 2018. However, Jawa has already contacted those whose deliveries were scheduled for March. In other news, Jawa just announced the Jawa Signature edition.
The Jawa Signature Edition is a fundraiser of sorts. The proceeds from this fundraiser will go for the education of the children of martyrs. Bidders can choose a chassis number between 1 to 100. The Jawa Signature Edition will feature exclusive tri-color livery on the fuel tank. It also features the owner’s name etched into the fuel tank cap. Jawa is also offering special benefits to the owners of the Signature Edition. This includes free service for 42 months and also access to all exclusive brand events, promotions, and offers on Jawa merchandise. Jawa is also throwing in a special book about the Jawa heritage in the package.
The auction will take place on the 29th of March at 7:30pm. Online bidding is also available for those who cannot make it to the physical location. Bidders will have to sign up with some details and also a preferred chassis number with the amount they are willing to pay for the same. It is expected the Jawa will bring the Signature Edition only to Jawa Classic and Jawa Forty Two as the Perak launch is pushed back to end of 2019.
In a tweet by the brand, they say “We’re humbled with the overwhelming support for the
#ForeverHeroes initiative. For all those like-minded fans, we’ve also enabled the auction online as well. Now you too can contribute towards supporting the education of Armed Forces Martyrs children. For info: http://www.jawamotorcycles.com/auction“.
We're humbled with the overwhelming support for the #ForeverHeroes initiative. For all those like-minded fans, we’ve enabled the auction online as well. Now you too can contribute towards supporting the education of Armed Forces Martyrs children. For info: https://t.co/vAZuzWDSze pic.twitter.com/DpAxzUQA06
— Jawa Motorcycles (@jawamotorcycles) March 26, 2019