Is a Ural a reliable bike?

Designed for reliable service over rough terrain (from urban to back-country), Russian-made Ural motorcycles are as rugged as their namesake mountain range. Featuring a 749cc air-cooled opposed-twin engine and shaft drive, the Ural is an unabashed throwback – and there are plenty of customers who like it that way.

Is a Ural a reliable bike?

Designed for reliable service over rough terrain (from urban to back-country), Russian-made Ural motorcycles are as rugged as their namesake mountain range. Featuring a 749cc air-cooled opposed-twin engine and shaft drive, the Ural is an unabashed throwback – and there are plenty of customers who like it that way.

How fast does a Ural go?

2019 Ural Gear Up Specifications

Engine & Drivetrain:
Reserve: app. 1 gal
Estimated fuel economy: 31-37 mpg
Estimated range: 155-185 miles
Recommended max cruising speed: 70 mph

How long is a Ural?

50-62cm
Size: Length 50-62cm. Wing length 267-400mm. Tail length 201-317mm. Weight 500-1300g.

Where are Ural motorcycles made?

Irbit, Russia
Today, Ural Motorcycles is led by a small team in Redmond, WA. We help coordinate worldwide distribution and work directly with our factory in Irbit, Russia to develop and refine the best adventure ready sidecar motorcycles available.

How old is Ural?

Continental collisions gave rise to the Urals between 250 and 300 million years ago, making them among the oldest mountains on Earth. (For comparison, the very old Appalachians started to form about 480 million years ago, while the younger Himalayas started to form about 40 to 50 million years ago).

Is Ural a country?

Ural mostly lies within Russia but also includes a small part of Northwestern Kazakhstan. This is a historical, not an official entity, with borders overlapping its Western Volga and Eastern Siberia neighboring regions.

How fast can a Ural motorcycle go?

749cc. Our bikes are happy cruising between 65 and 75 mph. Our 749cc engine combined with powerful low end torque is the perfect size to compliment the steering dynamics of our all steel sidecar.