Mama Agatha is a documentary film about the freedom that women gain through cycling. Mama Agatha is a Ghanaian community mother who runs a bicycle training program for immigrant and refugee women in Amsterdam. The documentary follows Mama Agatha and her students over a 12-week period on their journey from beginner to their ‘bicycle graduation.’ Once a week participants learn how to ride a bike while they get inspired to let go of their fears of cycling. For the people in the documentary,cycling provides empowerment and societal inclusion. The film visualizes how a simple initiative can radically improve the lives of marginalized social groups.