If you can’t own the world-beating Bugatti Chiron supercar, perhaps you can get the next best thing. In tandem with Regensburg-based luxury bicycle manufacturer PG, Bugatti has developed the world’s lightest urban bicycle ever, topping the scales at a mere 11 pounds.

Photography: PG & Bugatti

“We had the vision of building the ultimate bicycle to go with the ultimate car; ultimate in design, workmanship and performance,’ said PG CEO Manuel Ostner.

As expected, the bike’s weight (or lack thereof) is due to extensive use of carbon fibre — nearly 95% of components. Bugatti and PG turned to Italian carbon experts Merelli for the challenge.

No surprise, they come in a multitude of available colors inspired by the 1,500hp Chiron. If you don’t like the standard colorways, you can request your bike to be precision matched to your own Bugatti. Of course.

Limited to 667 units, the PG Bugatti is priced at $39,000. Which is a bargain compared to the $2.7MM for your Chiron.