PEDAL TO THE METAL

Don’t ex­pect to go from 0-60 mph in un­der four sec­onds on this Bu­gatti, but for the price of a mid-sized sedan you’ll be rid­ing in style – al­beit on two wheels.

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Don’t ex­pect to go from 0-60 mph in un­der four sec­onds on this Bu­gatti, but for the price of a mid-sized sedan you’ll be rid­ing in style – al­beit on two wheels

If you’re will­ing to part with up­wards of £39,000 (HK$392,000) for a Bu­gatti with­out an en­gine, you’re in luck – the su­per­car man­u­fac­turer has just un­veiled one of the world’s most ex­pen­sive bi­cy­cles. Cre­ated in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Ger­man bi­cy­cle builder PG bikes and, it weights less than five kg, and sets the world record as the light­est ur­ban bi­cy­cle. The bike is set for global re­lease later this year, with a to­tal of 667 units avail­able.

Built al­most en­tirely out of car­bon fi­bre, Bu­gatti’s sig­na­ture aes­thetic can be found through­out the de­sign; all topped with the un­mis­tak­able lit­tle red oval on the front.

A range of colours and leather de­tails are avail­able, with re­quests for cus­tomi­sa­tions avail­able for Bu­gatti own­ers, to en­sure your ride matches that other Bu­gatti in your garage. Now, just make sure to get your­self an ex­tra sturdy bike lock.

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