Madagascar Motorcycle Evangelism

Get ready for a summer you will never forget on the unique island nation of Madagascar!


Dates: June 17 – August 11, 2017

Teen Missions Trip (ages 16-19)Madagascar

Travel:  After specialized motorcycle training at the Lord’s Boot Camp, you bus to the Orlando International Airport to board a flight to Antananarivo, the capital of Madagascar, located in the Ankaratra Mountains, via Toronto, Canada, London, England and Nairobi, Kenya. From Antananarivo you bus 16 hours across Madagascar to the Teen Missions Bible, Missionary & Work (BMW) Training Center in Mahajanga, near Coco Beach on the coast of the Indian Ocean.

Ministry:  You will spend the next several weeks riding alongside the national staff, sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the Motorcycle Sunday School Mission ministry. Training at Boot Camp will equip you to teach Bible lessons, phonics classes, Bible memory quizzing, crafts, balloon art and how to play lots of games with the children. When the team is at the base, you will be involved with the BMW student’s ministries and physical work assignments.

Adventure:  You will enjoy a day swimming in the Indian Ocean at a beachside village and an overnight camping trip, as well as swimming at a waterfall, and exploring the nearby caves. Before returning home, you will have the opportunity to purchase souvenirs, such as drums, jewelry and wood carvings to help you remember your amazing summer.

Important Information: You must be at least 16 years old and have a valid U.S. or Canada Driver’s license (and be a decent driver).  

Project Expense: $5290 U.S. plus $30 Registration Fee


(Note: Teams are filled on a first come, first served basis.) Return to 2017 Mission Trips List



  1. When is the latest we need to have our license on file for this trip? Can we just bring it to boot camp?

    • Zach, As long as you have it by Boot Camp. However, we will need a copy so if you could scan or mail that to us, we would appreciate it!

  2. In Canada we have a graduated licence system, where teens with a G2 have full driving priviledges except for having alcohol in their blood, or driving more than one person under 19 that is not family. Would a 16 year old with a G2 licence qualify for a motorcycle team?

  3. How many people are usually on this team?

    • Ash, We put 25 on most teams. Some teams require a small amount. The motorcycle teams have only 16 team members and Japan is the same due to the housing

  4. Are there any spots left on the Madagascar team as of today or would I have to be put on the waiting list?

  5. Is there a back up list? Like if the trips full and I sign up would there still be a chance to get in?

    • Tanner, You can be put on the “waiting list”. However, you do need to sign up for a team and start raising your support. The support raised will be put on your waiting list team. There is no one on the waiting list for Madagascar yet. Cambodia is also a motorcycle team and still has room.

  6. Are there any spots open for girls on this team still?

  7. Hello, are their still spots open for guys on this team?

  8. Hey guys!!
    I have signed up for this trip and I created a Facebook and Instagram page for people who are also going. If you would like to join, the Facebook and Instagram name is Teen Missions Madagascar 2017. I’d love to meet any of y’all that are going!

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