Bikelordz : Stunts and Styles from Accra, Ghana





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Published on Aug 2, 2011

Bikelordz is a short documentary about the self-taught, self-invented bicycle culture which young people in Accra have created and passed on to their younger contemporaries over time. It follows crews of these young bicycle gurus as they try and use their skills to make money, gain recognition, and live on their own terms.

All images in Bikelordz were shot in Ghana and all of the music is Ghanaian. It focuses on a young BMX movement which thrives amid adverse circumstances which are particularly urban Ghanaian but undeniably universal. Also: dope tricks and off the chain jams.

We need your support to pay for costs like DVD production, getting endorsements and gear back to the boyz in Ghana, and bringing American riders to Accra for pt. 2!

How Kickstarter Works: 
 Your credit card is only charged if (when) we reach our goal of $10,000. Funding on Kickstarter is "all or nothing" and if we do not reach our fundraising goal by September 5th, you don't get charged a dime.

At the end of the fundraising campaign, backers will be contacted by the project's producers to obtain any additional information that may be needed (i.e. shipping address, etc.).

You can find our more about the film / BMX culture in Accra at our website:


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If you have any questions about the film or what we're using the Kickstarter money for feel free to contact us at bikelordz.worldwide@gmail.com.


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