2011 Ural sT Solo

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2011 Ural sT Solo
2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo
2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo
2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo
2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo
2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo Model Comparison to other manufacturer models
2011 Ural sT Solo Model Comparison to other manufacturer models

– 2011 Ural sT Solo

2011 Ural sT Solo

What does a small motorcycle company do during the cloudy times? Make the best of it!

Ural, famous for its 2wd sidecar motorcycles went to create a solo motorcycle that would capture the best of Ural – its simplicity, versatility, the classic lines.

Think of it as a bike that could have been produced by Ural in the 1970’s if the engineers were allowed to fulfill their ambition for a performance two-wheeler.

We took care of unfinished business and put together a motorcycle that answers the need for something functional, simple and reasonable. Just what a real motorcycle should be – a universal bike for your daily trips and weekend getaways whether on a street, highway or even a forest road …with the feel of a genuine classic ride and all modern day components.

Unlike any “normal” motorcycle company we invited our owners and even motorcycle journalists to participate in the development. We opened the prototype to the public, got feedback, took notes, made changes…


We’ll say no more – here are some quotes and reviews:

“Individualists Unite! Russian manufacturer Ural prides themselves on building bikes with Iron Age-era stoutness and no-nonsense utility.”- Basem Wasef on about, May ’10

“This is a unique bike, it seems able to adapt itself the road, and riding conditions. Once again the Ural analogy applies, the Swiss army knife of motorcycles. A sport bike, a supermotard, a cruiser, an enduro, and a freeway mile marker…My only complaint is that I have to give it back…”- Barry Conti, Ural Owner, Sep ’09

“The handling is outstanding. It’s a short wheel base and it will turn as soon you think about turning. Nimble is the word for this machine. I think we’re seeing a Russian Hooligan bike.”- Doug Soderland, Ural Owner, Sep ‘09

“I found this motorcycle just down right pleasant. If I was going to buy another bike for commuting or putting around on the weekends Ural has got my attention.” – SPR, Sep’09

“I rode my Arctic Gear Up 1500 km from Bodega Bay to Redmond (WA) just to test ride the Solo T. It’s an awesome solo bike. I felt right at home as soon as I got on it. I rode city street, mountain roads and freeway. It has plenty of acceleration. It handles sweeping turns and city streets with ease.”- Ivan Rider, Sep ‘09


Ural A La Carte
Ural A La Carte means: we’ll build every sT to order the way you want it. Here’s how it works.

The starting point is the base model in flat black. It comes with straight stainless steel exhaust, standard gas tank, black trim, single tractor seat and a black rear fender rack. You can choose to order additional equipment and/or upgrade from standard specification.

Test your imagination, choose the options you want (unless you are going for the base model). The motorcycle you order will be built at the factory and delivered to your dealer exactly in specification you chose from the menu!

The MSRP for the base model is $6,999. This excludes the usual: taxes, title and licensing, registration, destination charges and dealer setup. Dealer prices may vary and are subject to change. Prices for optional color, material and equipment are valid only at the time of placing the order.

You can pre-order your Ural sT by filling out Ural A La Carte form and sending it to IMWA or taking it to the Ural dealer of your choice.

Like all things Ural, the sT A La Carte form is not a complicated electronic “configurator”, it’s just one simple page, but… with a lot of combinations to choose from. Take a look and send us your wish list!





2011 Ural sT Solo – Specifications
MSRP: $6,999 USD

Engine and transmission

Engine and transmission, Displacement, cc: 745cc

Engine type OHV air cooled 2 cylinder 4 stroke “boxer” (flat twin)

Bore and stroke (mm x mm) 78 x 78 (3.07x 3.07)

Max output (hp) 40 @ 5600 rpm

Max torque (ft-lbs) 38 @ 4500 rpm

Compression 8.6:1

Fuel system Carbureted, twin Keihin L22 AA

Ignition Full electronic CDI

Starting Electric & Kickstart

Clutch Double-disc dry


Transmission type Manual

Speeds 4

Gears ratios – I 3.60

II 2.28

III 1.56

IV 1.19

Primary drive (rear wheel) Driveshaft

Final drive ratio 3.89


Physical measures

Overall length, mm 2,160 (85.0″)

Overall heights, mm 1,080 (42.5″)

Overall width (handlebar), mm 780 (30.7″)

Wheel base, mm 1,490 (58″)

Seat height, mm (unladen) 770 (30.3″)

Seat height, mm (laden) 760 (29.9″)

Ground clearance (unladen), mm 170 (6.7″)

Dry weight, kg 200 (441kg)



Frame type Double loop steel tubular frame

Front suspension 40mm Marzocchi telescopic forks

Rake steering head (deg) 26.0°

Trail (mm) 65mm 2.6″

Front suspension travel (mm) 110mm 4.3″

Rear suspension Double sided swing-arm with two Sachs hydraulic spring
shock absorbers, 5x adjustable

Rear suspension travel 100mm

Wheels 2.5X18 painted steel rims with steel spokes

Tires Duro HF-308, 3.5×18″ front, 4.0×18″ rear

Front brake Single 295 mm full floating disc, 4-piston fixed Brembo

Rear brake
Single 245 mm fixed disc, 2-piston fixed Brembo caliper



Fuel grade 91 Octane, unleaded

Fuel tank capacity (liters) 19, 5.l gal

Reserve (liters) app. 3.0l, 0.8gal

Estimated fuel economy, mpg 47

Range, miles 235

Recommended cruising speed (mph) 70

Estimated top speed (mph) 90

Max permissible weight 380kg 841lbs



Alternator Denso, 55 Amp, 770 Wt

Battery FAYTX20HL (12V, 20A)

Headlight H6024 (65/35)

Spark plugs NGK BP6HS

Warranty 2-years parts & labor, unlimited mileage



Flat black


Flat green $195
Sahara $195
Gloss black $255
Gloss white $255
Gloss maroon $255
Gloss red $255


*MSRP excludes taxes, title and licensing, registration, destination charges and dealer setup. Dealer prices may vary and are subject to change.

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