+1. My first Ural dealer cautioned me not to exceed 50mph until I had 1,500 kms on the bike back in Feb 2008. They also advised me that the rigs are not really broken in until you have 2,500 kms. Hard to do it cause human nature is to want to test it out but the engine needs time to wear in properly. Good advice though. At 2500, 5,000, and 10,000 kms you will swear you have a different rig than each step before. Go slowly, ger familiar with the handling. Speed will come....such as it is on a Ural.
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On a hiatus to try out hacking my Harley after owning and loving a 2007 Gear Up, 2014 Patrol, and a 2016 Gear Up. If a Harley/Hannigan rig doesn't make me feel like my Urals did I will be in the market for a black with white pin stripes Retro.