Bikes for Sale
Sidney Pollard's perspective on the new 750cc engine
A Polish restoration
Swedish Dnepr & Uralclub http://home.swipnet.se/ryska_mc
French Ural site
Ural Riders Association UK
Sidney Pollard III's Ural Trailer
UralMoto England brings in the Ural Truck
"Blast From the Past" - Story in RPM Magazine
Ural America web site
Ural Factory site
Hand Shifting Hacks
Trip Report - Canada - "Going North" by Fredda Cole
Dnepr vs. Ural
UralMoto (UK) Ltd.
Raven V-Twin / Fairbanks Alaska Ural Dealer
Iwan Bikes - Germany
Derek Smith's Tour of Ural America
Sheldon Aubut's Ural Sportsman Diary
Sheldon's New Ural Deco Diary
A Ural that will go places a Sportsman won't, the 375-D
Bruce Wagner's Ural ----- Picture 1 -- Picture 2
Or Bruce's Hackworld website
Or Crazy Bruce's twin engined Racing Ural
March 3, 2000 - New limited production Ural
Gonad's (Some times he feels like a nut) UralMania site
Russian Motorcycle and Sidecar Owners Association of Australia
SideStrider - Ural Accessories and Sidecars
Cheek Cycle - Ural Bikes and Stuff
Store International - Dnepr/Ural Dealer in Belgium/Holland/Denmark
John Criswell's (JCris1936@aol.com) 98 Ural Solo
MR. MOTO - Ural Dealer - Missoula Montana USA
Speedway Motorcycles (Ural, Cossack, Dnepr, Neval) specialist London. United Kingdom
Our Finnish friends head off to Murmansk Russia on their Urals
Carla King's Motorcycle Maintenance page at her China Roads site. Read the letter from Dennis, at Ural America, for some great Ural Information.
Ural Club of Finland - I didn't understand a word there but it is fascinating.
Motorcycle Consumer News - Used bike pricing
Here is a timeline for IMZ bikes:
1941 production commences of M72
1952 production of M72 at KMZ commences
1960 production commences of M61
1961 production of M61 and M72 ceases production commences of M62
1964 production of M62 ceases production commences of M63 (first swingarm frame)
1972 production of M63 ceases production commences of M66
1974 production of M66 ceases production commences of M67 (12V electrics and DLS front drum introduced)
I've got a timeline for KMZ but its a bit confusing as they had a lot of overlaps. They introduced their swingarm frame in 1964 with the K750M(?) and 12V electrics with the MT10 in 1974.
IMZ stopped making the M72 in 1961, and KMZ in 1964.
With the introduction of the M66, the sidecar boat was affixed with Rubber springs and cushions instead of the previous leaf springs.
When I've worked out which years the tanks changed, I'll let you know.
Stephen -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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