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    My new camping bike

    Gonna try this is a camping bike
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    Re: My new camping bike

    Very nice setup. You should have plenty of room for camping gear.

    Jeff
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    Re: My new camping bike

    Great looking rig
    Gary

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    Re: My new camping bike

    Nice rig!
    Deb

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    Re: My new camping bike

    I have always liked them and especially this color. Looks like more fun in your future,

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    Re: My new camping bike

    I rode a Ural for one season. It was a good machine to find out if you like a sidecar rig. The Ural is great off road but a very poor choice for traveling very far in my opinion. Mine got horrible fuel economy and made me very nervous going up steep mountain roads due to lack of displacement. I found myself having to drop into second gear more than once just to make it up a steep hill. I was actually afraid of being overtaken on a curvy road and being rear-ended. I get much better fuel economy with my hacked Victory rig. As long as you keep the Ural on two lane roads that are not hilly they are fine.
    We ride because we can .... Victory Hammer with Trans Moto Sidecar, Kompact Kamp Mini Mate

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