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Even if the Ural Gear-Up has the DNA of a military bike, it is also perfectly suited for more relaxing missions, like fishing, hunting or other on or off road adventures.

Its side car configuration and the sturdy construction give it superior levels of versatility that can’t be offered by any other conventional motorcycle.

For 2014, the bike received a series of important modification and the biggest news is that its 749cc, OHV air cooled, 2 cylinder, 4 stroke “Boxer” (Flat Twin) engine is now paired with a modern EFI system.

Apart from the adoption of the EFI, the company has also added an all new air box and an improved cam profile. We also get a redesigned front cover integrating a standard spin-on oil filter, a new wire harness and a redesigned dashboard.

The Ural Gear-Up is priced at $15,999.

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Ural is a legendary brand that used to build bikes during the two world wars. Since then, the company has been constantly working to improve its technology, but even if today its models are fitted with contemporary features, Ural’s bikes still keep their dusty feel that reminds us about its glorious past.

The Ural Patrol makes no exception. It features a classic, pretty basic style and puts practicality on top of its priorities list.

This 2WD, all-terrain motorcycle is built around a 749 cc, OHV, air cooled, 2 cylinder, 4 stroke “boxer” (flat twin) engine. In terms of power, the unit cranks out 41 hp at 5500 rpm and 42 ft-lbs of torque at 4300 rpm. Prior to 2014, Ural’s lineup of engines used carburetors, but this year the company decided to ditch this dated technology in favor of a modern EFI system.

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The 2014 Ural T continues to be one of the toughest motorcycles from the streets. Its rugged construction, sidecar configuration and sturdy construction help it deliver a unique riding experience each time you fire up its engine.

Talking about the engine, the Ural T is equipped with a 749 cc, OHV, air cooled, 2 cylinder, 4 stroke, “boxer” (flat twin) powerplant which is now paired with a modern electronic fuel injection system. The unit generates a maximum output of 41 hp at 5500 rpm and 42 at 4300 rpm. Other modifications made for 2014 include a redesigned front engine cover and a new wire harness.

The 2014 Ural T is also fitted with a redesigned dashboard which now displays a fuel level warning and engine management indicator lamps.

The 2014 Ural T is available in Flat Black and Red.

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Meet the Ural Yamal SE sidecar. This Russian machine was especially developed to be able to deal effortless with the toughest tracks, so it’s the perfect partner for long adventures on three wheels.

The Yamal comes with a sealed double hull, a customized oar and an orange paint job. At its heart lies an OHV, air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder engine with a displacement of 749cc. Fire up the unit and it will reward you with a maximum output of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 ft.lbs at 4600 rpm. The engine transfers its power to the ground through a five speed transmission and propels you to a maximum speed of 65 mph.

Other features that are worthy of being mentioned include a two fog lights mounted on the sidecar bumper, a windscreens for both the rider and passenger and a 5.0 gallons fuel tank.

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Ural has finally revealed the complete details about its new sidecar named the Gaucho Rambler LE. The new sidecar is basically a limited edition model and comes with an old school paint job and a complete Blanket & Camp kit that includes a Pendleton Journey West blanket, a coffee pot, two mugs, two plates and a frying pan.

The motorcycle is propelled by an OHV, air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder with a displacement of 749cc. The engine delivers a maximum output of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 lb.ft. of torque at 4600 rpm. All this power is kept in leash by a modern transmission (4 forward, one reverse) and the maximum speed is rated somewhere around the 65 Mph mark.

The stopping power is handled by front Brembo brakes with full floating disk and rear mechanical drums.

As far as prices are concerned, the 2014 Ural Gaucho Rambler LE can be yours for no less than $14,350.

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The Ural T sidecar is a classic motorcycle that seems like it came straight from the World War 2. However, despite its old origins, the Ural T is a modern motorcycle built for the modern roads.

Unlike the Ural Patrol, the T model is not fitted with two wheel drive traction form the rear wheel so is aimed at those who are planning to use their bike only on paved roads.

Being targeted as an urban motorcycle the Ural T has also softer suspensions and a less rugged style.

Like all Ural’s motorcycles the, T model is powered by a Boxer, OHV Air-cooled, 4 stroke, 749 cc engine which cranks out 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 ft-lbs of torque at 4600 rpm.

The engine is fed by a 5 gallons fuel tank and its power is controlled by a 4 speed transmission with reverse.

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Meet 2013 Ural M70 Retro, an old school sidecar that was especially created for long journeys. Unlike the tough Ural Patrol which is a capable all-terrain bike, the M70 Retro isn’t fitted with two wheel drive traction because is intended for road use only. The company says that it is the “most road friendly model” in its lineup.

In terms of style the Ural M700 shares the same classic look as its siblings and draws inspiration from the original M72.

Power comes from a 749 cc, OHV, air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder engine which delivers a maximum output of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 ft-lbs of torque at 4600 rpm.

The 2013 Ural M70 Retro is available in Olive Drab powdercoat.

The bike can be yours for no less than $14,249 and comes with two years warranty.

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Ural is famous for its practical sidecars fitted with two wheel drive traction. However, the company is also building classic two-wheel motorcycles and one of them is the Ural Solo sT.

The Ural Solo sT is an old school motorcycle powered by a 745 cc, OHV, air cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder engine that cranks out a maximum power of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 lb-ft at 4500 rpm.

The engine sends its power to the rear wheel through a 4 speed transmission and is fed by a 5 gallons fuel tank.

Despite its vintage look, the Ural Solo sT is fitted with modern components as Brembo brakes, Marzocchi forks and Sachs shocks.

As far as prices are concerned, the 2013 Ural Solo sT can be yours for no less than $7,999. The 2013 Ural Solo sT is only available in Flat Black.

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Meet the Ural Retro - a classic sidecar that evokes the glorious era of motorcycles. This old-school bike is powered by a 749 cc, OHV air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder engine which rewards you with a peak power of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 lb-ft of torque at 4600 rpm.

The engine sends its power to the wheels through a 4 speeds transmission and offers a maximum speed of up to 65 mph. As far as fuel efficiency is concerned, the Ural Retro scores a fuel consumption of 26-33 mpg.

The stopping power is assured by front Brembo discs and rear drums, while the suspensions are kept in check by Marzocchi telescopic forks and Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers.

The 2013 Ural Retro is offered with a starting price of $14,249 and comes with 2 years warranty.

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Like any Ural model, the 2013 Gear-Up is a tough motorcycle designed to deal effortless with anything throw at it. Perhaps it goes without saying that it comes with an on-demand sidecar drive which makes it one of the most practical motorcycles from the streets.

The Ural Gear-Up is powered by a strong OHV, air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder engine which develops a maximum output of 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 ft-lbs at 4600 rpm. The engine is fed by a 5.0 gallons fuel tank and scores a fuel consumption of 26-33 mpg.

It is also worthy of being mentioned that the motorcycle comes with a Brembo full floating disc up front and Sachs suspension.

The 2013 Ural Gear-Up has a starting price of $14,099 and is available in Forest Fog, Gobi Desert Camo, or Forest Camo.

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