The world of cycling is not unfamiliar to the concept of the bamboo-framed bike, however, they usually retail above pocket in countries like the US.
It is a resource that is indigenous and fast growing in Uganda and can be used sustainably.
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Seeing the business opportunity and potential in the natural product's appeal, Kasoma Noordin of Boogali Bikes, has founded his business in the market.
Noordin takes you on a journey as he explains why bamboo bikes are so appealing as well as witness the careful way in which he handcrafts the impressive bikes - which are already putting rubber to tar by cyclists across East Africa.
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