2005 Ural Troyka

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Seeing as I’m setting off on a Ural today, here’s a special Ural for sale. Troyka is Russian for “3-horse carriage”, which is why Ural bestowed the name on their luxury version of the Tourist. For Ural, luxury meant telescopic forks, chrome wire wheels, two-tone paint, and a deluxe sidecar.

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Maximum recommended speed was 65 miles per hour, thanks to the 739 pound dry weight. The carb’d engine produced 40 horsepower and it’s equipped with a maroon and black paint job. A four-speed transmission has a crossover drive shaft to allow for two wheel drive, and this bike is back from when Ural still used a drum brake in the rear. The Troyka was built for just 3 years. This example (VIN: X9JMH03745U214517) has 3,058 miles and it’s claimed to be in excellent shape. In addition to all the original factory tools and manuals, this bike comes with several extras: Garmin GPS, full fairing with windshields on the bike and the hack, a telephone from a WWII Russian submarine (just for show), chrome rear rack, Siberian license plate, and an empty vintage 50ml bottle of Russian vodka.

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Find this Troyka for sale in Massapequa, New York with a Buy It Now of $7,500

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