The 2009 Sahara, like most Ural bikes, has a sidecar for passengers. Unlike many of the motorcycles made by Ural, though, the Sahara has a sidecar driveshaft, which helps correct the drift that sidecars often cause. Most riders don't find that a slight pull to the right affects their experience much. It's rather easy for them to adjust to the feel of sidecar bikes. Still, others will appreciate that they can hop onto the Sahara and take off without having to correct their direction. The sidecar driveshaft also turns the Sahara into a two-wheel-drive motorcycle, which drivers find useful if they ever get stuck on slippery roads.