The Bougainville Motocross Club has been revived after a 20 year absence, and it wants to do its part to help in the Bougainville peace process.
The club is touring the island performing shows and stunts in remote villages, while at the same time educating people about the upcoming referendum on possible independence.
Its president, Emile Augustine, says the club was broken up by the civil war in the 1990s, and now it's back together it wants to do its part to promote peace and bring people together.
He says it has received just over $US7,000 from the regional government for its campaign.
"We would also like to ride to remote places and make sure that everybody is enrolled in the common rolls and it is up to date before the referendum. It would also tie up with assisting NGOs who do campaigns like alcohol and drug awareness, HIV/AIDs awareness and women's rights."
Emile Augustine says the club would also like to one day branch into tourism.