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2013 Ural Gaucho Rambler Limited Edition

Redmond, WA (October 7, 2013) – IMZ-Ural, the Russian manufacturer of motorcycles with sidecars, introduces an American West inspired limited edition; the Ural Gaucho Rambler, a motorcycle created in collaboration with Pendleton Woolen Mills.

With nothing more than their horse, a knife and a poncho, the Cowboys of the Americas rambled through the country, living off the land, taking each day as it came, and always on a journey towards the sunset. The rebel spirit of the cowboy is very much in the character of each Ural. Taking on the road, with no specific goal in mind is something every rider longs for.

This year’s limited edition Ural is wistful. It’s painted Pacific Blue in color, with the sunburned canvas upholstery and the Journey West blanket by Pendleton. The Gaucho Rambler is equipped with Ural’s legendary 2wd capability to overcome adverse terrain. This is a bike ready for the long road and the spiritual journey devoid of stuff. No need to pack, no need to prepare, there’s nothing to do but go.

“Ural and Pendleton are two companies which at different points in time ventured out to find home in the American West, both of which endured many challenges and yet all the while maintained their authenticity” – says Madina Merzhoeva, Ural’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “This year Pendleton’s anniversary celebrates 150 years of weaving textiles in America and Ural marks its 20th year in the US. Paying homage to our beginnings and the pioneering spirit is what connects the two brands and inspired this collaboration.”

The limited edition Gaucho Rambler is spec’d with a new color Pacific Blue created by Pendleton Woolen Mills and unique to this limited edition. The matte blue finish is highlighted by a silver build, and sunburnt canvas upholstery for the sidecar. Passenger comfort is enhanced with the addition of an accessory windscreen. A “Journey West” blanket by Pendleton with a limited commemorative label comes with each bike. On demand two-wheel drive, a spare tire and a GSI Outdoors® camp kit finalize the preparedness for the bike’s first journey. There will only be 50 of these bikes built, with an MSRP of $14,350, so act fast to reserve yours!

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Manu Dubey
Manu Dubeyhttp://motorivista.com
Founder and Chief Editor at Moto Rivista. When he isn’t editing articles for Moto Rivista he is working as a User Experience Strategist. Passionate about two wheels since childhood, plans on building his own motorcycle soon!
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