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Developed by German-based PG, designed by Bugatti and handcrafted by Kussmaul, the PG Bugatti Bike might be the fastest urban cycle ever created. It weighs less than 11 pounds. All of the frame cross sections are aerodynamically optimized for high speeds and oversized for maximum rigidity. The entire bike is made of more than 95% carbon fiber. It can be individually tailored to suit your tastes with a wide range of colors and leathers, along with the option to have your bicycle perfectly matched to your Bugatti supercar. Most importantly, this bike actually looks and feels like it’s befitting of the Bugatti name. One bit of caution, though. According to PG, the “lightest special urban bike in the world” is a piece of high-performance sports equipment and is not intended for use on public roads. We’re thinking if you have enough coin to afford a Bugatti-designed bicycle that’s handcrafted in Germany you’re probably not going to listen.
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