Originally Posted by kshansen
With all the digital video cameras around today that should be easy for someone to do. Just find a spot to use a suction cup mount on the side of the body with a good view of the suspension and hit you local bumpy road.
Here is JackP525's rig soaking up the NJ Pine Barrens trails on the NJ Turkey Leftovers run.
His stock 2006 GearUp front end with original shocks seems to be handling things just fine.
have said it before, but I'm not sure exactly what a "better" shock will do for a Ural.
On a 2 wheeler, where compression and rebound are much more critical to the tracking and handling of the bike, I can see spending the loot.
But on Ural, which is heavy, cumbersome and the suspension movement doesn't change the bike's lean/direction of travel, I'm very skeptical.
Also the original poster should be posting over at Soviet Steeds and Russian Iron if he wants maximum participation and feedback.