Bikes for Africa is now free to watch online!
In 2003 Hap Cameron decided to dedicate his twenties to traveling, creating a personal goal to live and work in every continent before he turned 30. Eight years later there is one chapter to his journey left, Africa.
Bikes for Africa is the entertaining, insightful and emotional story following the life adventures of Hap and his girlfriend Mandy, their journey through Hap's seventh continent on two wheels, and their attempt to help implement a self-sustainable bike workshop in rural Namibia with a container load of secondhand donated bikes from Melbourne.
This feature documentary endeavors to investigate how a bicycle can fundamentally change the lives of rural Africans, and brings to focus the great works of two-wheeled charities Bicycles for Humanity and the Bicycling Empowerment Network Namibia.
Bikes for Africa is co-directed by Hap Cameron and independent New Zealand filmmaker Richard Sidey and features homegrown Australasian music from Hazel Boot, Heddy Fraze & Samuel de Silentio.
A hand full of Limited Edition DVDs are still available at
If you are interested in Hap and Mandy's personal journey, check out their new Documentary project, Loving in Limbo - facebook.com/lovinginlimbo
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