The Epitome of Lean Startup

This is Emile’s motorcycle in the Sahara Desert - 12 days ago, it was a car.

Traveling across North Africa in his Citroen 2CV, Emile hit a roadblock in Morocco due to military conflicts in the area and decided to casually loop around through the desert. Eventually, he snapped a swing arm on his vehicle. Stranded and too far to safely travel by foot, Emile decided the best course of action was to disassemble his vehicle and construct a motorcycle from its parts.

12 days later (and seemingly less clothed than when he began), he managed to construct the above. Check out the original article (in french) along with shots of the stripped down Citroen.

 
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