Our core believe at Pampro Bikes is that the bike culture lives in the community and the best way to experience a bamboo bike is to ride one.

We are looking to engage Pampro Bikes businesses and consumers and share the joy of riding a sustainable bike. 

Below are the open roles with Pampro Bikes



Booomers factory is located in Apaah, Ghana where team members are provided on-the-job training and a steady income that can be difficult to find in rural Ghana. This means our team do not have to leave their home villages or towns to find work. Booomers employs over 40 young people aged between 18 and 29, and also indirectly employ 20 young people who harvest. We are working to provide over 200 farmers skills to go int bamboo agro-forestry to ensure the sustainable supply of our main raw material in a ddittion to our 50 acre bamboo plantation.

The Booomers journey began in 2009 when frame-building pioneer Craig Calfee introduced Kwabena to the special properties of bamboo for bicycle frames. Kwabena saw an opportunity to help young people in rural areas of Ghana develop new skills by crafting a high performance handmade product using local sustainable materials. We developed a range of frames and our partner, MyBoo, submitted them for testing in Germany, Taiwan and Australia to receive quality certifications. In 2015 we started exporting bamboo bike frames to Germany and now have happy customers across Australasia, North America and Europe. Pampro Bikes was launched in 2023 in the US, bringing Booomers bamboo bikes to North America.

The work of Booomers and our founder has been recognized and supported through local and international programs including the YouthActionNet program, the UK Department for International Development’s ENGINE project, the Tony Eleumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Program and the African Entrepreneurship Award. Most recently Kwabena was selected for the Obama Foundation Leaders African Programme 2018.

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