Russian motorcycle maker Ural teamed up with Oregon-based blanket and clothier Pendleton Woolen Mills to create the 2013 Ural Gaucho Rambler Limited Edition.
Inspired by the American cowboy (gaucho is equivalent of a cowboy), this three-wheeled motorcycle celebrates over 150 years of weaving textiles in America, so it’s painted in a matte hue called Pacific Blue paired with neutral canvas upholstery and “Journey West” blanket. A camping kit, luggage rack and spare tire are standard on the bike as well.
The Gaucho Rambler is equipped with Ural’s legendary 2wd capability to overcome adverse terrains. It reaches a max speed of 65 MPH and is equipped with a 749 CC OHN, air-cooled, 4-stroke twin-cylinder engine, which pumps out 40 HP and 38 ft-lb of torque.
This cool boy is limited to only 50 pieces, with a starting price of $14,350 (excluding delivery fee)!