This $31,440 USD ($42,100 CAD) ADV sidecar combo has a host of fantastic componentry, including the following, according to the IMZ Ural website:
Enduro Bench Seat with Passenger Handles and Foot Pegs
Universal Spare Wheel (Fits All 3 Positions)
LED Sidecar Fog Lights
Front Sidecar Bumper
Sidecar Auxiliary Power Outlet
Sidecar Tonneau Cover
Sidecar and Trunk Floor Protection
Folding Utility Shovel
Ural Tool Kit
Touch Up Paint
Black Powder Coated Powertrain
Toolbox Gas Tank
Nitron Shock Absorbers
Rider Adjustable Windscreen—Smoke
Short Sidecar Windscreen—Smoke
Reinforced Crash Bar
GEO Spare Wheel Luggage Rack
Sidecar Nose Luggage Rack
Sidecar Rear Bumper
Sidecar Light Protectors (2)
Sidecar Fender Luggage Rack
H4 LED Headlight Bulb
Handlebar Clamp Ball Mount
Ural Hand Guards
Handlebar Mounted USB Power Charger
Naturally, Ural’s kept their iconic heritage design, leaning on tweaked perks like the stronger motorcycle/sidecar protection, upgraded suspension, increase in luggage space, and matching windscreens, though my eyes are more taken by the easter egg integrated into the Expedition’s colorway choices.
One of the more neat contributions of this bike-and-car model is the line that runs along the bike’s tank / the sidecar’s outer bucket fairing. Whether looking at Ural’s Colza Field, Polar Dawn, or Ember Flame livery, that line has been measured to an exact 23.5° angle, matching the exact tilt of Mother Earth’s axis.
In short, Ural’s off-beat vibes are aligned with the very globe about which we trot with sidecar in tow – a clever colorway decision and one that befits Ural’s goal as a down-to-earth, family-friendly bike brand.
“As a motorcycle brand that’s not technologically advanced, we are delivering a product that allows people to do something outside the digital realm,” explains Madina Merzhoeva, VP of marketing and international sales, in coverage from CycleWorld.