Though, as a solo machine, the Wolf is an anomaly for Ural, it is based on the same late 1930s BMW bike that sired all Urals, and it has a classic look and feeling. It also features the classic upright cruiser riding position, comfortable for many miles of highway travel. The sidecar motorcycles have a top speed of about 60 miles per hour—the solo Wolf’s official top speed is around 85, and owners boast that it’s real upper speed rate is much higher. Riders give the cruiser high marks for its handling and responsive pick-up. Unlike the sidecar motorcycles, which have many accessories available, Ural offers none for the Wolf, and in 2007 it came in exactly one color: black. And yet, the company positions the bike as infinitely customizable, presumably with aftermarket or custom accessories.