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