Yesterday we showed you a small teaser of Ural’s upcoming side car and today we gladly announce that some official photos of the motorcycle were somehow released on the internet.
The leaked pictures have arrived two weeks sooner than the company announced the bike’s big reveal and like we expected, the new Gaucho Ram bler is the most refined Ural we’ve seen so far. It is packed with the newest technologies developed by the company including the practical two wheel drive mode which helps it tackle any terrain with poise. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the new Limited Edition Gaucho Rambler will be equipped with dual drilled rotors squeezed by Brembo calipers that come as a replacement for the old drum brakes.
The new Ural Gaucho Rambler was designed together with Pendleton Woolen Mills as a tribute for the so called “Gauchos” cowboys from South America.
Stay tuned for more details.
Hit the jump for more pictures of the Ural Gaucho Rambler.
Ural’s official declaration:
In two week’s time we’ll officially introduce this year’s limited edition; The Gaucho Rambler.
For now though, We’ll leave you with a quote from Robert Penn Warren and one photo—just one. This should be enough to get you excited, and enough for you to understand the spirit of this bike. And to answer a question, yes this bike is the result of a collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills.
That’s all for now, you’ll have to come back in two weeks! If you want to know more, sign up for the Irbit Informer and be the first to know—on October 1, 2013—when the bike is available online for reservation—there will only be 50!
“For West is where we all plan to go some day. It is where you go when the land gives out and the old-field pines encroach. It is where you go when you get the letter saying: Flee, all is discovered. It is where you go when you look down at the blade in your hand and the blood on it. It is where you go when you are told that you are a bubble on the tide of empire. It is where you go when you hear that thar’s gold in them-thar hills. It is where you go to grow up with the country. It is where you go to spend your old age. Or it is just where you go.” —Robert Penn Warren.