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2013 Ural Solo

Sale Price

$4,999

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Famous for manufacturing 2wd sidecar motorcycles, Ural decided to create a solo motorcycle that would capture the best of Ural – its simplicity, versatility, and the timeless lines of a classic era—for riders who don’t want a third wheel. Think of the 2013 Ural Solo sT as a bike that could have been produced by Ural in the 1970’s, if the engineers were allowed to fulfill their ambition for building a performance two-wheeler.

2013 Ural Solo Model Specifications

Engine and Transmission

  • Displacement, cc: 749
  • Engine type: OHV Air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder
  • Valve per cylinder: 2
  • Bore and stroke (mm x mm): 78 x 78
  • Max output (hp): 41 @ 5500 rpm
  • Max torque (ft-lbs): 42 @ 4300 rpm
  • Compression: 8.6:1
  • Fuel system: Carbureted, dual Keihin L22AA, 32mm
  • Starting: Electric & Kickstart
  • Clutch: Dry, dual disc
  • Transmission type: Manual
  • Speeds: 4 forward 1 reverse
  • Primary drive (rear wheel): Driveshaft
  • Final drive ratio: 4.62
  • Engageable sidecar wheel drive: No

Physical Measurements

  • Overall length, inch.: 85.0
  • Overall heights, inch.: 42.5
  • Overall width, inch.: 30.7
  • Seat height, (unladen), inch.: 30.3
  • Dry weight, lbs: 441

Electric

  • Alternator: Denso, Peak Output 40 Amp @ 14vdc, 560 Wt

Chassis

  • Front suspension: Leading link w/Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers
  • Rear suspension: Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers
  • Sidecar suspension: Single sided swing-arm with Sachs hydraulic spring shock absorber, 5x adjustable
  • Wheels: 2.5X19 Aluminum rims with steel spokes
  • Tires: Duro HF-308, 4.0×19″
  • Front brake: Brembo with full floating disc
  • Rear brake: Mechanical drum
  • Sidecar brake: Mechanical drum

Misc

  • Fuel grade: 91 Octane, unleaded
  • Fuel tank capacity, gallons: 5.0
  • Reserve, gallons: app. 1
  • Estimated fuel economy, mpg: 31-37
  • Estimated range, miles: 155-185
  • Recommended max cruising speed, mph: 70
  • Max permissible weight, lbs:1325
  • Trunk volume, cubic ft.: 2.9

 

2013 Ural Tourist

Sale Price

$10,500

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2013 Ural Tourist Model Specifications

Engine and Transmission

  • Displacement, cc: 749
  • Engine type: OHV Air-cooled, 4 stroke, opposed twin cylinder
  • Valve per cylinder: 2
  • Bore and stroke (mm x mm): 78 x 78
  • Max output (hp): 41 @ 5500 rpm
  • Max torque (ft-lbs): 42 @ 4300 rpm
  • Compression: 8.6:1
  • Fuel system: Carbureted, dual Keihin L22AA, 32mm
  • Starting: Electric & Kickstart
  • Clutch: Dry, dual disc
  • Transmission type: Manual
  • Speeds: 4 forward 1 reverse
  • Primary drive (rear wheel): Driveshaft
  • Final drive ratio: 4.62
  • Engageable sidecar wheel drive: No

Physical Measurements

  • Overall length, inch.: 85.0
  • Overall heights, inch.: 42.5
  • Overall width, inch.: 30.7
  • Seat height, (unladen), inch.: 30.3
  • Dry weight, lbs: 441

Electric

  • Alternator: Denso, Peak Output 40 Amp @ 14vdc, 560 Wt

Chassis

  • Front suspension: Leading link w/Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers
  • Rear suspension: Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers
  • Sidecar suspension: Single sided swing-arm with Sachs hydraulic spring shock absorber, 5x adjustable
  • Wheels: 2.5X19 Aluminum rims with steel spokes
  • Tires: Duro HF-308, 4.0×19″
  • Front brake: Brembo with full floating disc
  • Rear brake: Mechanical drum
  • Sidecar brake: Mechanical drum

Misc

  • Fuel grade: 91 Octane, unleaded
  • Fuel tank capacity, gallons: 5.0
  • Reserve, gallons: app. 1
  • Estimated fuel economy, mpg: 31-37
  • Estimated range, miles: 155-185
  • Recommended max cruising speed, mph: 70
  • Max permissible weight, lbs:1325
  • Trunk volume, cubic ft.: 2.9

Accessories

  • One year of warranty that transfers to new owner
    New tires
    Hydraulic steering damper
    Front number plate
    LED headlight
    Sidecar front bumper w/ LED driving light kit
    New sidecar Tonneau cover
    Spare tire luggage rack
    Reverse tank shifter
    All services and records are through Ural of Portland.