ICON and URAL have teamed together for The 1000 Quartermaster, a bike that is too darn pretty to ride. Well, almost. Most of you who are familiar with the URAL will notice there is no sidecar present on this one, which to us is a-okay as we’ve never been able to get that episode of Andy Griffith out of our heads where Barney uses his sidecar to become the town laughingstock. Nevertheless, we’re sure this would look much cooler but are grateful anyway for the omission.
The smoky gray color of The Quartermaster really sets it apart from other bikes, and the knobbed tires ensure that the racetrack isn’t the only place where this monster belongs. Beyond all that, we’re blown away by the architecture of the bike itself and the getup-and-go.
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