The Ural generates at least as much conversation, and it has a practical side, too. At $8156, it's the cheapest way to get yourself into a ready-to-roll sidecar rig. Harley is the only other manufacturer to offer a complete sidecar rig in the United States, but its setup will run you upwards of $30,000, depending on which Electra Glide model you choose to power it. And Harley's chair comes up a bit short against the Ural unit. Rather than metal, Harley's sidecar is made of fiberglass, and it uses a leaf-spring suspension in place of the Ural's independent shock. The Harley sidecar doesn't have nearly as much storage space as the Ural. Sorry, but the sidecar advantage goes to the Rooskies.