For sale, my nicely equipped and functionally upgraded 2020 URAL Gear Up, with a whopping 300 miles (yes, hundred, not thousand)! on the odo. Why? Allow me to explain. I build high-end highway and adventure touring sidecars. Though most of my builds are based on a BMW GS motorcycle, I’ve always had an Ural Gear Up in my stable over the years, four of them in fact. Simply put, a Gear Up is the best value in a highly capable sidecar today. They’re just fun! In 2019, a new 2nd-generation close-loop fuel injection system was introduced. This 2020 model added Italian-made rims, forged brake caliper brackets, upgraded swing arms and fork legs with improved bearings, and upgraded sidecar body shock isolators. I took delivery of this greatly-improved model earlier this year, but have been so busy with customer builds, I didn’t have the time to put many miles on it (oddly enough, I did find time to upgrade and accessorize it). Just as I completed my final upgrades, I made the mistake of watching an Ural launch video for their just-introduced 2021 +GEO Limited Edition Gear Up (here is the YouTube link if you would like to view it, only 2-1/2 minutes long, super fun): They had me at the donut (if you didn’t watch it, you won’t understand!). I immediately placed an order for one, with delivery in early Feb 2021. It’s the costliest Ural ever offered. I’m selling my 2020 to offset that cost. Here are the details: Year/Make/Model: 2020 Ural Gear Up Color: Burnt Orange VIN: X8JMH0378LU230412 Mileage: < 300 miles Original MSRP: $17,549 Current NADA/KBB Retail Value: $14,750 Retail Value of Upgrades (not including labor): $4,003.89 Asking price: $16,750 (firm offers will be considered) Location: Greater Seattle/Eastside, WA USA NOTE: I use a trusted motorcycle shipping company for my business. They are www.motoshippers.com I can arrange shipping, and MotoShippers only use fully-enclosed trailers. They are owner/operators, not brokers! I may be contacted at (email): email@example.com Here is the listing sheet: Out for an off-pavement day ride on the Olympic Peninsula: No other sidecar has the ground clearance, leading link suspension, three-wheel disc brakes, service brake, 2WD and reverse gear of an URAL Gear Up: My accessorized 2020 Gear Up: Raceway Ural Twin Stick Forward/Reverse tank shifter kit is installed. Gear selector stick is high, the reversing lever is just under the tank. Also, just forward of the tank shifter, note the OEM BITUBO hydraulic steering damper (horizontal, with its red adjusting know on the end of the shaft): Also Italian-made, a stainless steel, lightweight 2-into-1 high pipe exhaust system. Very cool, and expensive!: Here is the GPS system before installation. And, for the record, though not rocket science, installation is “non-trivial”: Underside view of the 2-into-1 headers and collector: Mainly because I prefer the shape, I replaced the stock engine guard with this one, also from Raceway URAL. Then, to free-up space on the handlebars, moved the service brake lever to the engine guard and re-routed the brake cable: One mod, one upgrade. The outfit came with a rather anemic H4 headlight bulb. Found with massively heated-sinked one and installed it instead, super white LEDs (originally made for a Harley Davidson). Also, you wouldn’t know unless you owned one, but the ignition key is normally located where you see the turn signal. As it’s possible to break the key off as you’re pounding through the brush, I moved it to a more protected location on the other side of the headlight shell, then relocated the turn signal: Headlight ON! Three upgrades in the photo. (1) A heavy-duty nose rack, on standoffs (not included for some reason) that actually make it usable, as it otherwise site almost flush to the sidecar and this made it difficult to affix straps. (2) RotoPax fuel cannister. (3) RIGID Industries 6-inch LED lightbar, American-made, not a Chinese knock-off (shown prior to wiring in the photo, now wired to a handlebar-mounted switch): Heavy-duty rear cargo rack and taillight protector: Mounted two URAL “ammo” cannisters and holders to either side of the trunk. Not a lot of space available to the left due to the high muffler, or to the right due to the fender. These were the most rugged and lockable panniers I could source: And just because I'm admittedly OCD & anal, I replaced as many of the original factory coated steel fasteners (that I could access without a complete tear-down) with 300-series stainless steel button head hex screws, stainless washers, and stainless nyloc/Nylock nuts (original fasteners are included) <g>).