We bought the forest green gear up in Arizona. It came with everything except windshields.
After setting the sidecar up to handle to suit me (first time side hack for me), things have gone well. After putting 1,700 klicks on her I set out on a 700-mile round trip.
The bike wasn't real fast on the highway, which I knew when I bought it. Half the the trip was on I-25 & I-40, the return was all the backroads home.
This trip was from Deming, New Mexico to Gallup, New Mexico, and return. Mileage was good - 31 mpg. It was a fun trip.
The seat was a killer. While at Farm and Tractor supply, I found a steel tractor seat, same as on my old Moline tractor.
I welded four lugs on the seat so it would use all the original hardware from Ural. I painted it flat black with intentions of having it done up in matching fabric if I liked it.
I have owned the bike since June 16, 2012. Today is August 14, 2012 and the bike now has 6,200 kilometers on it.
I had the brake light switch go bad and a flat. Since I would have to order a new switch, I used a Honda switch, fit it in the same place and just changed the terminal ends on the wires.
My original driver wheel was just rotated to the side car at 6,000 kilometers. It is wore maybe 40%.
All my road miles are at 60-65 mph. One time with no wind and cover on the side car it really huffed but it hit 80 mph., and no I won't do it again.
Would I buy another one? Yes, in a heartbeat. My wife loves it!
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