Ural Gaucho Rambler Gets Wild And Wooly

From the Seriously, We're Not Kidding file comes the latest special-edition Ural sidecar, the Gaucho Rambler, which was created in collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills to celebrate the "the cowboys of the Americas" who "rambled through the country, living off the land, taking each day as it came, and always on a journey towards the sunset." Which leaves an awful lot of cowboys milling around on the beach, but never mind.

Tenuous marketing connection aside, the Gaucho Rambler starts with a Ural rig with on-demand two-wheel-drive, adds a Pacific Blue paint scheme developed by Pendleton, throws in sunburned canvas upholstery for the sidecar, and tops it all off with a Journey West blanket by Pendleton with a limited commemorative label. A spare tire and a GSI Outdoors camp kit make it easy to get to that remote dry cleaner when the blanket gets dirty.

Only 50 Gaucho Ramblers will be built, each with an MSRP of $14,350. For more details visit the Gaucho Rambler page here, and see the entire Ural line at the company website.