The only model released in 2008 for the Ural Retro lineup was the 750 touring motorcycle with the attached sidecar. The air-cooled engine for the 2008 Ural Retro 750 produces around 38 horsepower that peak at 5,600 RPM and 38 lb-ft of torque that peak at 4,000 RPM. These touring motorcycles come equipped with two 22 millimeter Keihin carburetors. The payload capacity for this touring motorbike is around 400 pounds. The wheels, rear suspension constructs and frames of these touring motorbikes are all made of steel. The 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorcycle and sidecar are around 7.3 feet long, 64.2 inches wide, about 40.2 inches high, and have a ground clearance of around 5.5 inches.
The 2008 Ural Retro 750 motorcycle is equipped with a two-piece vinyl seat; the bike is built to hold up to two riders. The seat on the 2008 Ural Retro is detachable, and the motorcycle has foot pegs for the driver. The driver’s dashboard features a speedometer and trip odometer as standard equipment. The sidecar for the 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorbike comes equipped with a trunk and windshield. This motorbike also has helmet storage and a rear rack available as well.
Adjustable levers and halogen lights serve as standard equipment on the 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorcycle and sidecar. The top speed for the 2008 Retro 750 touring motorcycle and sidecar is around 62 miles per hour. Many riders are attracted to the nostalgic styling and design of the 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorcycle. These touring motorcycles are an ideal choice for riders that like to enjoy weekend excursions cruising around the local area with friends or family. The selling price for the 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorbike with a sidecar is usually around $12,300.
The Ural Retro 750 touring motorcycle is a popular choice amongst riders that like to cruise the winding roads in rUral and mountainous areas. Many people think that the 2008 Ural Retro 750 is a suitable starter bike for novice riders of all ages. Many people compliment and praise this classic motorcycle for its attractive design that exudes an old-school appeal. Many senior riders enjoy taking the 2008 Ural Retro 750 touring motorcycle out to cruise the countryside in their free time on the weekends.