As Pendleton celebrates 150 years in the textiles industry and Ural Gaucho Rambler marks its 20th in the U.S., both enduring brands rooted firmly in the American West pay homage to their origins with a special limited edition motorcycle. The bike itself is colored with a matte Pacific Blue, which Pendleton selected to represent the sky the first travelers from the East saw as they landed and includes tonneau and saddle covers made from sunburnt canvas. Technical specifications include a 4-stroke opposed twin cylinder engine with 38 ft-lbs of torque, 2.9 cubic feet of storage space, and a recommended max cruising speed of 65 mph. Special features of this model include on-demand two-wheel drive, spare tire and luggage rack. Each model also comes with a Pendleton Journey West blanket with a special Ural label to commemorate the occasion along with a fire red enamel camp kit to accompany our would-be traveler in the wilderness including a coffee pot, two mugs, two plates, and a frying pan. The motorcycle will go on sale nationwide in November for a suggested retail of $14,350. For full specifications and details, visit the page for the Ural Gaucho Rambler LE here.