Ural Motorcycles @ Flymall.org

Ural Motorcycles @ Flymall.org


Welcome to the Flymall Ural Motorcycle page.

We are now part of the Ural Motorcycle Emissary program. Keep checking our Facebook page for more information and details. Contact us if you need sales brochures or other information on these great motorcycles. We’ll be showing our Ural at shows throughout this coming show season and we will have some cool Ural items to give a way. We have one of the oldest Ural Motorcycles in the country.

Visit the Car Show section of the Flymall for information on Harry's Ural and his collection of rare European three wheel vehicles and motorcycles. Car Show is found on the Wheels and Wings page - click on the yellow and purple car on Flymall.org

Check out the links below for more information on these iconic motorcycles.

On our Ural forum you can post Ural motorcycles and parts for sale as well as wanted to buy ads.

Visit our store at www.flymall.org to shop for Ural parts

Click here for a rare Ural 3 wheel camper

To meet the Flymall team visit our appearance schedule at http://flymall.org/flight-training.html#schedule

Below you can find Ural tech tips and manuals.
Detailed Information
Detailed Description
The first Urals were exported in 1953, at first mainly to developing countries. In the late 1960s, deliveries to developed countries began, and since then more and more Urals have appeared on the road on every continent. Urals are a unique combination of price, ageless styling, and sidecar functionality. Harry Kraemer and the Flymall - http://flymall.org/ - are proud to be a part of Ural Motorcycles USA.
Today in Aviation History
May 25, 1927: Lt. James A. Doolittle files the first outside loop in a Curtiss P-1-B pursuit plane at McCook Field. Starting at an altitude of 8000 ft Doolittle pointed the nose of the a/c down and describes a circle of 2000 ft diameter, leveling out at his original altitude. At the bottom of the circle, flying inverted, it is estimated that his a/c was traveling at 280 mph. The outside loop had not been previously attempted because of fear that the a/c would disintegrate. [Note: French pilot Pegoud is purported to have performed outside loops prior to this date.]