We’ve ridden a handful of Ural sidecar motorcycles, and almost nothing else on wheels garners as much friendly interest from strangers as these two-wheel drive throwbacks. Now, the Le Mani Moto shop customized an already cool 2006 Ural and made it angry bespoke, a very good thing indeed. The Ural received a teardown and a rebuilt frame and sidecar suspension, as well as a totally new paintjob with green, maroon, and silver along with brown leather and tweed seats, and stunning copper trim pieces and highlights. Though we wouldn’t call it color-coordinated, the result is an eye-catcher. Finer details like the stepped twin headlights, genuine wood trim, a Russian coat of arms, etched engine case, and hydraulic lines seem totally unnecessary, but we certainly laud the details that make this Ural even more special than stock.