Ural Patrol T Sidecar at Cyril Huze Post – Custom Motorcycle News

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Ural Patrol-T

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Ural Patrol T Sidecar

Many new custom motorcycles are being built in the old style of today using modern technology, but not many trikes and sidecars. Why not? I was looking at the new Ural Patrol T sidecar featured here and wondered if it is feasible to build from the ground up something similar for a better price than its 2010 MSRP of $12,400.

My answer is no.

Ural has quite a following. I personally think they are cool but require a LOT of maintenance. The Patrol is just what it’s name implies, excellent for low speed patrolling. Top speed maybe 45 mph.

And that is really pushing it. Other models can cruise near 65 mph. I read some very cool stories on-line of Ural owners making cross-country trips! I don’t think one could be built cheaper either. peace


Very nice. I rode in one back in the early 90″s and it was really cool. I’d love to have one, of course it would just be for quick trips into town and tooling around the backroads.

That would lead to a problem because I’d have to get rid of the wife uh well she’d shurely get rid of me if I buy another bike.

Give the wife a ride in the sidecar, she might surprise you with her voluntary approval of THIS bike.

hmmmm…. you mean give the husband a ride in the sidecar…. He loves it, so does the dog. I have the ’09 Sahara and am actually taking it Sturgis from California—solo.

Should be an interesting ride. I meet so many people on the road when riding this Ural. Luv it. However, I did put a cruise control on it for added comfort.

Good side car, they are very impressive and utilitary to.

Ural Patrol-T

Now that I finally realize motorcyling nirvana does not have to mean going 100+ or taking corners that scare the cagers, bikes like this get more and more attractive. This would be sweet for a coffee and magazine run.

Unless they throw a billion rubles at it the Russians can’t find their asses with both hands. Would be nice sitting in back of the man cave, as a conversation piece, but forget riding it.

I worked for an aftermarket shop in the early 90s that decided to get a dealership for Urals. A beatup side car was Fedexed first, then some parts with directions in Russian,followed a month later by some more parts with Russian directions.We laid everything out on the shop floor, till it sort of looked like these parts might fit together.Right before a large trade show, a Ural was Fedexd from San Francisco!We took the Ural with brocures and a video of large Russian woman in the Ural factory building, painting and riding to work in the deep snow ,4 at a time on their own Urals to the show.Everybody just sorta stared, but, took brochures and listened to us bullshit about these wonderful MCs.Untill the Russian guy showed up, he said” We used my father’s Ural on his farm in Russia, it hauled hay, we fixed fence out of it,we rode to town in it,it was our only vehicle”! The Russian guy was so happy to see us and I was happy too, because now I could get the directions translated!Only translated, the directions said stuff like ” This is a group of wires”.We did get the Ural running and used it to go on beer runs and to pick up lunch,not very far because often, no matter what a rider would do, the Ural would not start.That’s when the name URINEal was coined.

Collectors item….must have if likes this type of bikes.

Love the utilitarian look of this bike, try riding your raked out bling chopper in the snow…ha!

I believe the engine is a WW2 BMW model knock off. The Chinese also have a similar model using a Chinese knock off of the WW2 Beemer engine.

I have a 2002 Tourist and love it. I have two new Harley’s besides but no doubt the Ural is the bike of choice with my two grandsons three and five. We go to two Wednesday night bike get togethers and they wait all week for Wednesday nights. It really helps with discipline too. If they don’t behave and do their chores they don’t get to ride with Grandpa.

The Ural attracts constant attention and people are constantly asking about it. I enjoy showing it off and feel better with the grandkids in the side car than riding behind me.

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