The world’s leading manufacturer of offroad ready motorcycles with a sidecar.
And comes with a 2 wheel drive & a reverse gear (on demand).
How cool is that?
The Ural, originally founded in Russia in 1941, was completely built for the World War II army team. Eventually, the war was done and dusted. By then the creators and the riders had fallen in love with this Russian beauty. This motorcycle had a combination of a complete off-roading capacity, retro look, and a Sidecar, which was the biggest head-turner.
Ural Motorcycles is now led by a small team in Redmond, WA. But the manufacturing unit still functions in Russia sticking to its native hardcore adventure-ready blood.
From Russia With Love to this World! (next to Vodka)
Watch this crazy adventure video if you want to see its performance.
Interesting Facts About GearUp
- Made in Irbit, Russia but comes with BMW Boxer engine
- A 2 wheel drive system
- Reverse gear feature
- No plastics used
- Earl’s type suspension
- 19 litres of a fuel tank
Most of the Indians will be familiar with sidecars (Bajaj, Lambretta, & Royal Enfield has sidecars in the late 70s and 80s) from their childhood days.
Well, Ural comes with a default sidecar that can occupy one person and still carry loads of other things in their big 82 litres boot.
Power of this Beast:
- 749 cc Engine
- Engine type: OHV air cooled 2 cylinders 4 strokes “boxer” (flat twin)
- Valve per cylinder: 2
- Bore and stroke (mm x mm): 78 x 78
- Max output (hp): 41 @ 5500 rpm
- Max torque (ft-lbs): 42 @ 4300 rpm
- Compression: 8.6:1
- Fuel system: Throttle body EFI
- Starting: Electric & Kickstart
- Clutch Double-disc dry
- Transmission type: Manual
- Speeds: 4 forward 1 reverse
- Primary drive (rear wheel): Driveshaft
- Final drive ratio: 4.62
- Engageable sidecar wheel drive: Driveshaft
Photo by @_drew_martin_
Photo by @alexrichburg
Look who loves to ride Ural Motorcycle with Sidecar? the real Badass of our generation. I wish we could have a cool Prime Minister like this someday.
This motorcycle is yet to be launched in the Indian market and is expected around next year.
The approximate price would be Rs 14 lakhs.
Psst.. you can always import it if you really like it. Go for it, bro!
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