Ural Sportsman Adventurer

Jun 1, 2016

Category: Rides

Sidecars are not things you see on the road a whole lot these days, but they’re just as fun to have on your bike as they were when they were first introduced. Whether you are looking to bring a friend along on your rides or you want some extra space for long trips, Ural’s Sportsman Camp Wandawega Edition has it for you.

Powered by a 749cc OHV air cooled 2 cylinder engine, that puts out 41 horses and 42 foot pounds of torque, you can easily expect to jam around whatever road you come across. Designed for rougher terrain, the bike comes with rear suspension on both the bike and the sidecar thanks to a swing arm configuration that provides a smooth ride during your off-road excursions. If the going gets really rough – the outer sidecar wheel is equipped a switch enabled driveshaft. Along with all of these great features, Ural’s package comes with a number of customizable options including back bumpers, color configurations, and lights. Prices start at $16,000. [Purchase]

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