Newbies, introduce yourself here. Are you thinking about getting one and have questions? Ask your basic questions here. Please post any tech questions in "The Order of The Greasy Wrench" section.
Here's the place for those who are newb or thinking about buying a Ural or Dnepr to introduce themselves ask those typical "newbie" questions. Try using the "Search" link at the top of the page to see if your question may have been asked before. Please post any tech questions in "The Order of the Greasy Wrench" section.
I have a 2017 Baikal gear up and this is what has really helped. -A hydraulic steering damper that mounts from frame to sidecar mount, bought on Ebay from Sean0252. I learned about it from this forum. It's super helpful in muting yaw. -New England Ural sells a rubber brake pad that raises the height of the brake pedal about 3/8" inch. Very helpful. -Sidecar training course. This really boosted my skills and was a blast. Jack in Austin TX
Patience, my friend, lots of patience. You don't go anywhere quickly. 70 or 72mph on a Ural? Not with me on board
Primary ride, 2014 Triumph Rocket Touring 2018 Gear up Secondary is a 2000 Triumph Adventurer 900 Soon to be 2018 Ural Gear Up Previous ride 2009 Kawasaki Concours past rides number about 25 from 175 two strokes to numerous 450's and 650"s