Hi guys, hope you are hungry for exclusive cossack motorcycles, because I have something new for you today. This is the first rat bike built from a Ural motorcycle.
I’m not sure if this is a pure rat style, but that’s the only style I can think of when looking at this custom project. What I can say for sure is that this bike has been built from a garage garbage.
The bike deserves its name – it’s ugly, but it drives people’s attention.
I guess the main thing that attracts attention is the front fork part. That’s the first bike I see with such an unusual way of attaching a front wheel to a motorcycle. Speaking of the wheels, I think it’s the ugliest part of this custom cossack project. In my opinion, the easiest way to spoil the look of absolutely any bike is to install automobile tires on it. What is more, these wheels were created from old car wheels and they look as ugly as the tires. Yet, perhaps, they are good enough for this bike – at least they fit the design of the front and rear wheel holders or whatever these parts can be called.
As for the technical side of the project, well, the engine is from a Ural motorcycle, I don’t think much has been changed here. My guess is that new air filters are the only details that were replaced here. The clip-ons, levers, hand grips and control switches were taken from some Japanese bike. I guess the same bike was a donor of the headlight. The turn lights were obviously bought from some “just another cheap chinese stuff” website. The tail lights look a bit more solid than the turn lights, but something tells me they were bought in the same place. As for the gas tank, well, I don’t think it was custom built for this particular project. The chances are that it was taken from another motorcycle.
What deserves special attention is the painting. To my mind, this is the element that makes the Quasimodo interesting for people. With some other painting this custom bike would look like a piece of junk. I like the colors and these large radioactive signs on the sides of the gas tank and the rear seat. Speaking of the seats, they seem to be nicely built and fit the bike ideally, that’s why I assume they were created specifically for this motorcycle.
Anyway, such projects are extremely rare and I believe this custom Ural rat bike is worth your attention. As always, share your thoughts on this bike below, in the comment section. And don’t forget to share this page with your friends via social networks and have a look at other custom cossack motorcycles.