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Challenge yourself: Ride 20 hours or more in the next four weeks and reduce your screen time accordingly. As a reward you will get the exclusive Beat Your Screen Time badge and the chance to win a FOCUS bike. You can choose between a THRON², JAM and IZALCO MAX.

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How we do it at FOCUS

We also want to beat our screen time. Follow us to see how we change our behaviour.

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Mario Pöss

Lead Design Engineer

Avg. screen time: 11 h per week

Favourite bike: JAM²

Tactic: Riding bike with my family

"Kindergarden and schools are closed, so I really have to schedule my appointments."

"Instead of going on a bike holiday I do micro adventures with my family."

"Time on the bike with my family automatically reduces my screen time. Well, besides the inevitable Insta stories;)"

"Decreasing my 1.5 hours of daily screen time to 1 hour a day would be great. Riding 1 hour a day sounds possible."

 
Mathias Wälde

Mechanic

Avg. screen time: 14 h per week

Favourite bike: SAM

Tactic: Less gaming

"The only thing I'm really missing right now is the group rides with a beer together afterwards."

"I have a soft spot that nobody knows. A small, stupid game called ‘Gardenscapes‘."

"Having a look at your screen time on your mobile phone makes you realise how much time you waste."

"Damn, I will get really fit as I have to skip the beers and add more miles to the rides."

 
Max Hilger

Content Manager

Avg. screen time: 15 h per week

Favourite bike: IZALCO MAX

Tactic: Eight o'clock Club

"As day time right now is really packed with work and kids, I started the Eight o'clock Club:"

"In the evening, when the kids are asleep and my wife is doing yoga, I go for a ride.

"The last weeks were really weird, so I guess screen time isn't representative."

"Riding 15 hours a week is impossible for me, but maybe I can do 8."

 

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