Last September, the guys at Hell for Leather sampled a pre-production version of the Ural sT, and several months later, after thawing off from my snow-logged ride aboard Ural's latest sidecar, I spent an afternoon wheeling around Seattle on the final version of the sT. I splashed through puddles, gave it a go on a pebble road, and even put its modest 40 horsepower to work by laying down some rubber.
How did the sT compare to retro-style offerings like the Triumph Bonneville and Moto Guzzi V7 Café Classic? All will be revealed in an upcoming review; until then, check out shots of the new $6,999 Russian standard in this 2010 Ural sT Photo Gallery.
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