2014 Ural MIR

Nov 10, 2014

Category: Rides

If you’re looking for something stylish that looks like it’s from the old James Bond films, let us introduce you to the 2014 Ural MIR, a limited edition model from the renowned Russian motorcycle manufacturer. The MIR is named after the joint Russian-American space mission, celebrating the collaboration between the two superpowers over 20 years ago. The MIR special edition has a fully functioning solar panel on the top of the sidecar, which can charge electrical accessories.

The paint used on the MIR is called “orbital white,” and is then finished off with a blue pearl clear. The MIR has high-intensity LED lights in the front, has a nose luggage rack on the sidecar, and has thermal lining. It has on demand 2WD, and weighs just under 750 pounds. Ural is only selling 20 MIRs in the USA, which are expected to hit dealers nationwide this month, or they can be purchased via Ural’s official website for $16,999. [Purchase]

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