The young man on the bike illustrated how a chronically late student's life is transformed by the gift of wheels. His mother, played by another youth, explained that she could not afford to buy him a bicycle. With the refurbished bike, he now attended class on time with pride in his new possession and passion for his studies. Others extolled the pragmatic use of bikes in commerce.
Randy gave the history of the TDA foundation and the purpose thereof. He is an eloquent advocate for the low-cost, healthy, environmentally sensible means of getting from A to B. Although cars tend to dominate the roads in Africa, the biking culture is growing apace.