The Ural Tourist comes equipped with a 749-cc, horizontally opposed, two-cylinder engine that produces 40 horsepower and 38 lb-ft of torque. The fuel supply is managed by a Keihin L 22 AA carburetor, which allows for decent fuel economy of 23/33 mpg city/highway. The main gas tank holds five gallons, and the reserve tank holds one gallon in case of emergency need. The 2011 Ural Tourist 750 requires premium gas to run, making the fuel economy not that impressive. The use of electric or kick starting means that any electric problems or cold starts can be cranked rather than rely solely on the push button mechanism. Bore and stroke are measured at 3.07 inches by 3.07 inches. The transmission is a four-speed, manual transmission that includes a reverse gear, a great luxury in motorized bikes. The Ural Tourist features 19-inch chromed, aluminum wheels, and the brakes are an excellent high-quality Brembo brand. The suspension is developed by Sachs, with a leading link fork in the front and steel, twin sided swing arm suspension in the back.