As the new 2010 Ural sT models feature the same 70-year-old BMW R71 technology, the variant is quite easy to maintain and is very reliable as well. The 2010 sT comes fitted with an air-cooled, twin-cylinder, four-stroke boxer engine; dual Keihin carburetors; Marzocchi telescopic forks; and Brembo front brakes. Besides this, the model is also equipped with Sachs hydraulic shock absorbers on the back with a double-sided swing arm. With 6.7 inches of ground clearance and 441 pounds of dry weight, the 2010 sT is a perfect choice for lightweight bike riders. The bike reportedly has the unique ability to adjust itself according to the road and riding conditions. While the bike is competent on the highways and back roads, it can also be ridden relatively fast on dirt or gravel routes despite its road-biased tires. The sT can easily and conveniently apply its power on loose surfaces without excessive wheel-spin and with an ease that is not seen in any modern heavyweight vehicles like the BMW R1200GS. The sT’s short wheelbase of 1490 mm, on the other hand, creates extremely rapid steering. Despite this, the vehicle is easy to handle and retains stability even over mild off-road obstacles. The bike’s physical measures also allow for comfortable riding. The 2010 sT has an overall length of 2160 mm and a height of 1080 mm.