Ural T sidecar

The latest rig from cult sidecar specialists Ural hits the showrooms this month. The T costs just $9,999 and is powered by Ural’s venerable 750cc flat twin, pumping out 40 solid Siberian horses. The T doesn’t have the on-demand sidecar drive of the Patrol and Gear Up models, but it does have that very handy reverse gear—and you save $3,000 or more. It’s a timeless and immensely practical vehicle aimed at urban and backroads use: initial reports are that it’s fun to drive, and apparently capable of “lift throttle oversteer“.

  • http://dailyrider.blogspot.com/ Lumpycam

    Looks great in the black with red pinstripe. Perhaps my favourite Ural yet.

  • http://twitter.com/scottpargett Scott Pargett

    Does Ural ever offer any of these bikes without the sidecars?

    • http://www.bikeexif.com Chris Hunter

      Scott, the Ural is available sans sidecar in Europe, as the Solo. I like the looks of it: quite close to the original BMW (R71?) that the Ural is based upon.

  • gsxkatana

    $9,999?! A few years ago i could swap one for a couple of bottles of vodka.

  • http://twitter.com/scottpargett Scott Pargett

    Thanks Chris. It’d be wonderful to see a solo of the Ural T stateside.

  • http://. Greg

    Would like to see dealer added in suburban ny in westchester or putnam counties adarondack dealer is too distant for service if i bought Ural

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  • http://www.driftingfocus.com/ural Kelsey

    @Greg: They’re simple enough that unless you’re a neanderthal, you can repair them yourself, so you don’t need a dealer nearby.