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2015 Ural Limited Edition on 2040-motos

US $15,569.00
YearYear:2015 MileageMileage:36 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Boxborough, Massachusetts, United States

Boxborough, Massachusetts, United States
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Ural Dark Force photos

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Ural Dark Force tech info

For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer TypeType:Dual-Purpose Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):750 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty

Ural Dark Force description

Moto blog

Ural Reports Continuing Sales Growth

Thu, 18 Apr 2013

Ural is reporting today an 11% sales growth for Q1 over the same period from the record year of 2012. “It’s been a very long winter for the most part of the country, not surprisingly 75% of our sales during these months were models with on-demand 2WD, which is known for all-weather and snow capability,” says Madina Merzhoeva, Ural’s Vice President. “Sales were up every month of Q1, but March turned out to be a bit more challenging.

Ural Sales Increase 39 Percent In 2011

Wed, 11 Jan 2012

Ural, the funky motorcycle sidecar manufacturer from Russia, is boasting a 39% increase in unit sales for 2011. Considering the company’s total expected output for last year was approximately 1,100 models, you won’t notice an influx of sidehacks dominating your local roadways, but this is really good news for the small manufacturer of eclectic two-wheelers, especially in the midst of a deficient economy. Ural recognized an article in the New York Times and a collaboration with bike builder James Hammarhead for some of the company’s increasing popularity.

Help Fund Motorcycle Retrofits for Impaired Riders

Thu, 07 Nov 2013

Don Jackson, owner of Yesterday’s Rides Metalworks in Newberg, OR, and a marine veteran, has announced a crowdfunding initiative to raise money to complete the prototype of a motorcycle retrofit designed for persons who require the use of a personal mobility device. The retrofit allows the owner to ride their personal mobility device (wheelchair, scooter, etc.) onto a sidecar via a ramp, lock it in place, retract the ramp using electronic controls, climb on to the motorcycle and ride off. When the rider reaches his/her destination, the mobility device is right alongside, ready to unlock and use. The initial prototype is based on a modified Ural, which is already sidecar compatible.