Modern life is rubbish. Or maybe it’s just us and our take on what we think matters in the 21st century. Whichever way you look at it, downtime in our lives has never been at more of a premium. We’re constantly online and never really out of reach. What’s the real casualty of this? For those of us that aren’t fortunate enough to work with bikes for a living, it’s our riding and building that suffers. And that’s because the finite amount of hours in the week means that the more we’re social media-ing and talking on our gadgets, the less we’re getting our hands dirty. The answer? Find more hours in the day. That’s exactly what Håkan Boqvist did. He realised that the lunchtime he spent staring into his Facebooks at work could be better utilised staring into oily metal componentry. And instead of building ‘likes’ or ‘friends’, he built this.
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