Cool Custom Scrambler w/ Ural Sidecar: 2014 Yamaha Bolt

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This 2014 Yamaha Bolt has been heavily modified with a Scrambler treatment and now comes mated to a Ural-sourced sidecar. The build looks very well put together, and should offer massively improved performance, reliability, parts availability and comfort when compared to the ancient Russian-built Ural, while also maintaining similar off-road capability. We think it’s a great looking package, and the 3,400-mile-old bike can easily be disconnected from the sidecar thanks to plug wiring. Find it here on Craigslist in Gresham, Oregon for $12,900. Ural still builds and exports bikes to the US today, and though the design has seen a few updates since first put into production in 1941 (using already decade-old BMW designs and tooling taken as war reparations), they’re still very crude if interesting machines. This one’s style takes inspiration from its sidecar donor, but doesn’t try to disguise itself as something it’s not either. We really dig the scrambler vibe, as well as color and finish choices. From the ad: “This project is one-of-a-kind and mates an excellent motorcycle with a cool sidecar. Yamaha has only 3,400 miles and is clean title in perfect shape. Why would you want a crappy Ural motorcycle when you can get the performance and dependability of a Yamaha? Fuel-injected 950cc with Cobra exhaust, Bridgestone Trail Wing tires all around, Baja Designs headlight, all wiring is custom and if wanted you can easily detach sidecar from motorcycle, as wiring is on a plug. There are many hours put into this project and it shows.”

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