The 2010 Ural Tourist motorcycle comes with a sidecar and, being easy on the pocket, it definitely catches attention. The Ural Tourist more than fits the bill in every way. It is equipped with leading link forks, and it has both an electric and kick start device. With an electronic ignition and a spacious trunk, this motorcycle is definitely one of the affordable sidecar motorcycles which add its own appeal in the world of motorcycling. This classic-looking, versatile motorcycle is perfect for family rides, shopping, picnics, or just a long drive.
The 2010 Tourist is made in Russia. The 2010 Ural Tourist is a touring style motorcycle equipped with a standard 749cc, air-cooled, four-stroke, horizontally opposed engine; OHV; and a four-speed manual transmission. It has a leading link fork front suspension while the rear suspension consists of a twin-sided swing arm. It has front disc brakes and rear drum brakes that aid in stopping the motorcycle when required. The Ural Tourist is equipped with a forward disc brake, earless fork, spare tire and sidecar cover. The motorcycle weighs about 705 pounds and has 5.9 inches of ground clearance.
The Ural Tourist 2010 was basically introduced to the market after IMZ-Ural decided to drop the solo model motorcycles and designed the Ural Tourist from its lowest-cost model and thus the Ural Tourist was converted and introduced. The Russian Ural brand name always corresponds with sidecars. The manufacturer of Ural takes pride in building bikes that have the mark and aura of an Iron Age with its stoutness and a no-nonsense utility quotient. It has stuck to the traditional two-wheeled paradigm and the brand's basic, no-frills character. In the 2010 version, the petrol tank compartment has been removed to allow more petrol capacity and thus providing and making it easy to place an over tank bag.
Some of the features of the 2010 Ural Tourist would be that the tractor seat is sprung but firm, and when riding, the boots fit neatly on the pegs in order to contain the Keihin carbs. Ergonomically, it is a comfortable motorcycle, with an upright seating position and a slightly forward-tilting upper body position. The saddle view is basic and austere. There is only an analog speedometer that is flanked by warning lights, and otherwise there are no gadgets or electronics on display. The twin-cylinder engine has the usual torque reaction effect when it's revved at a standstill. In a way, when you twist the throttle, the bike shifts slightly to the right because the engine's mass is horizontally opposed. This aspect does add a stronger personality to the bike's already vividly textured character, which includes clanking engine valves.
The 2010 Ural Tourist is known for its versatility and good value. The 2010 Ural Tourist is fully compatible with the Ural accessories and it can also be customized to suit customers’ tastes and needs.