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2005-10-08 2002 Ural Tourist Classic T75 Motorcycles View Listings

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Just about the most fun I've had on a bike! The quality is much improved over older models. Mine was purchased used this spring (2005) just out of the break in. I've had the alternator, speedo cable and ignition go bad, and replaced. The drive shaft splines also stripped. BUT, you can't go into this expecting a modern, problem free bike. Buy a Japanese bike, then. These are old tech, with few changes over half a century. But now this bike is getting better and better. It pulls like a draft horse, and easily keeps up in traffic. It handles great, and has become my daily rider (I also own a Yamaha Road Star and an Enfield Bullet). I make more friends on the Ural, as it always draws a crowd and everyone wants to talk about it. I'd get another with NO hesitation
- Chris, Middle Grove, New York

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2004-01-31 2002 Ural Tourist Classic T75 Motorcycles View Listings

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I have owned my 2002 tourist for a year now. It's barely broken in with 5000km on the clock. I've owned several air-head Beemers over the years, and the Ural has lots of things I liked in the older BMW's. It pulls like a John Deere tractor and just keeps getting smoother and stronger now that it's getting broken-in. I had a problem at first with the electronic ignition, but Ural replaced it free and I haven't had a lick of trouble since. The frame and suspension are very strongly built and the sidecar and luggage rack can carry lots of gear and a passenger. Driving a sidecar rig is "different" than handling a regular motorcycle, but once you get used to it, it's a lot of fun. The rig also draws attention nearly everywhere you stop, and you get to meet lots of nice people, too. It seems like all kinds of people are friendly to you when you come into town on the rig, as it doesn't seem to make people feel threatened. Since my Ural is my only rig, and I am usually alone, I do kind of miss having a standard motorcycle to play with--but I like my Ural too.
- Max Loudenback, Frankton

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2002-05-15 2002 Ural Tourist Classic T75 Motorcycles View Listings

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If you are interested in a sidecar the 2002 Ural Tourist, with the 750cc engine, is a great rig. Attracts a lot of attention - if you don't want to talk to people don't buy a Ural! Drives great. Easy to service. Fun.
- Stephen Miller, Apex, North Carolina

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2002-01-05 2002 Ural Tourist Classic T75 Motorcycles View Listings

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New 750cc engine provides 75mph cruising speed. Fit and finish is greatly improved. Controls are now comparable with modern bikes. Everything is smoother. People stop you everywhere to look and ask questions.
- BILL HEARNE, BLACKHAWK, South Dakota

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