URAL and ICON collaborative project - Quarter Master 2012 Ural solo ST. Some may say - it's too clumsy and even ugly, while the others will find it practical and suitable for the off road use and dirty trails. That's exactly what QM has been made for: this bike can show its value and the whole power where the road ends.
In order to increase its off road capability Ural solo ST sacrificed a lot and had to give up a few noticeable features of the initial look. An over-sized backbone, braced headstock, and high clearance sub-frame with a reinforced swingarm and long-travel suspension transformed an ordinary Ural to an exclusive beast that can handle any adventures on its way.
The enlarged and over-sized fuel tank with frisco’d feed lines allows the engine to successfully use every drop of fuel and work longer under uncertain circumstances.
The high-mount fenders and knobbed tires make it easier to deal with the mud. But still, you'll probably have some on your back. So, just be prepared for this.
I don't know if this particular bike was originally painted in haze gray color, but I'm pretty sure that this is one of a few colors that Ural motorcycles are usually painted in. Well, it's definitely a good choice for this one. Don't you think?
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Images by ICON.