Ural Air Limited Edition Sidecar

Oct 23, 2018

Category: Rides

As far as sidecars motorcycles are concerned, Ural is a premium manufacturer in the space. They’ve pioneered the build — first engineered from the BMW R71 during the Second World War. Now, after more than 70 years of perfecting that first build, Ural has broken into the 21st Century with their limited edition Air Sidecar.

So what makes the Air so special? Well aside from the standard rugged features we’d expect to find on a Ural — two-wheel-drive, a jerry can, spare tire, and shovel among others — the Air comes equipped with a DJI Spark Drone housed in a 3-D printed cubby from StataSys fitted to the nose of the sidecar. Additionally, the DJI package comes with a Ram Mounts drone controller, USB charging system, LED lights, windsock, and a telescopic selfie stick. Combined, this becomes on seriously fun off-road adventure motorcycle. Better act fast, however, as Ural only plans on building 40 examples of the Air Limited Edition and they’re expected to reach dealer lots next month.

Purchase: $18,000

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