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2009 Ural Sportsman
2009 Ural Sportsman

2009 Ural Sportsman
2009 Ural Sportsman

2009 Ural Sportsman
2009 Ural Sportsman

2009 Ural Sportsman
2009 Ural Sportsman

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– 2009 Ural Sportsman

2009 Ural Sportsman

Looking for a bike that can travel those snow-covered roads like no other? Look no further. In a class by itself, the Sportsman is the only motorcycle in the world manufactured with an on-demand sidecar drive. This street legal ATV gives you the ability to switch between single-wheel drive and the unbelievable traction of dual-wheel drive with the flip of a lever!


 


SPECIFICATIONS Europe – 2009 Ural Sportsman:


Engine
Type Air cooled 2-cylinder 4-stroke Boxer engine
Bore/stroke 78 mm x 78 mm
Capacity 745 cc
Rated output 29 kW at 5,600 rpm
Max. torque 52 Nm at 4,000 rpm
Carburator Twin KEIHIN L22A A
Max. speed approx. 100 km/h
Ignition Electronic

Power transmission
Clutch Dry double disc
Gearbox 4 speed plus 1 reverse
Final drive Bevel gear with drive shaft
Special feature Engageable sidecar drive shaft
Starting Electric plus kickstart

Chassis/Brakes
Frame Double loop steel tube
Front suspension Leading link forks with hydraulic spring shock
absorbers – 2 x adjustable
Rear suspension Double sided swinging arm with hydraulic spring shock absorbers – 2 x adjustable
Sidecar suspenison Single sided swinging arm with hydraulic spring shock absorbers – 2 x adjustable
Wheels 3 cross-spoked wheels plus 1 reserve wheel
Rims 2.15 x 19
Tyres Road tyres 4.00 x 19
Brakes Discbrake on frontwheel
Mechanically actuated drumbrakes at rear and sidecar wheel

Dimensions/Weights
Dry weight 350 kg
Permitted total weight 610 kg
Length/width/height 2,580/1,700/1,100 mm
Seat height 790 mm
Usable tank volume 19 l, 95 Octan
Fuel consumption 7.5 l/100 km

Colour Blue/silver
Black/red
Black with white stripes
Red
Garden green
Dark blue

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