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2019 Ural M70

2019 Ural M70
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The End Of The Road For An Iconic Bike With Roots Well-Entrenched In History

Ural offers the M70 for the rider base who lacks the adventuresome spirit to ride on the old-school IMZ front end prevalent throughout the rest of the range. It hits all the other major Ural high points with a look that’s straight out of Germany circa 1930s-ish with the classic boxer engine, and of course, a sidecar. This ride is definitely the most modern machine Ural brings to the table, in spite of its looks and this is the last year it is offered, so let’s dive into this rolling paradox to see what else our crazy Russian buddies have going on over there.

 

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2019 Ural M70

2019 Ural M70

The End Of The Road For An Iconic Bike With Roots Well-Entrenched In History

Ural offers the M70 for the rider base who lacks the adventuresome spirit to ride on the old-school IMZ front end prevalent throughout the rest of the range. It hits all the other major Ural high points with a look that’s straight out of Germany circa 1930s-ish with the classic boxer engine, and of course, a sidecar. This ride is definitely the most modern machine Ural brings to the table, in spite of its looks and this is the last year it is offered, so let’s dive into this rolling paradox to see what else our crazy Russian buddies have going on over there.

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2015 - 2018 Ural M70

2015 - 2018 Ural M70

How Can A Sidecar NOT Be Fun?

The look of the sidecar bike is nostalgic and romantic (or heroic, depending on which image they bring to your mind); but either way, it’s the classic look of a bygone time. For the M70, it’s a classic look, yes, but that’s where old-school ends and modern engineering begins. Ural equips the M70 with fuel-injected 749 cc engine, and while the numbers don’t look terribly impressive on paper, the ride is lively and quite up to an adventure as much as any adventure bike out there.

Continue reading to see my review of the Ural M70.

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2014 Ural M70

2014 Ural M70

The Ural M70 brings together the classic lines of the old motorcycles with modern technologies forming an unmistakable bike that will reward its rider with a unique riding experience each time he starts its engine.

The motorcycle features telescopic forks, 18” wheels and Duro HF-308, 4.0×18″ tires. Power comes from an OHV, air cooled, 2 cylinder, 4 stroke “Boxer” (Flat Twin) engine with a displacement of 749 cc. The engine cranks out a maximum power of 41 at 5500 rpm and 42 Ft-Lbs of torque at 4300 rpm.

The motorcycle is offered with a starting price of $15,599 and comes with 2-years parts and labor unlimited mileage warranty.

The stopping power is assured by a front 4-piston fixed Brembo caliper with 295mm floating NG rotor and a rear HB big bore single piston integrated floating caliper with 256 mm fixed NG rotor.

Hit the jump for more information on the Ural M70.

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