Posted March 11, The event — which began in — is held annually in March in the Southern Hemisphere and calls for a "cleaner, safer, body-positive world" with a particular emphasis on cyclists' rights. This weekend marks its 10th year on the New South Wales north coast, with more cyclists expected to participate in nearby Lismore and Byron Bay on Sunday.
Record-setting temperatures made for a warm ride in the buff, and many participants ended the ride with a nude frolic through the fountains at Tom McCall Waterfront. Here are some of the best reactions to the annual ride, from stoked participants and disgruntled onlookers. Happy Naked Bike Ride, you brave, sweaty nuts!
Here's some advice for navigating your first clothing-optional cycling event. Saving the planet, promoting a healthy body image, being self sufficient—all are worthy goals that many organizations share. Many such groups raise money and host events to spread their message.
Funny man Tommy Little showed off more than Lisa Wilkinson could handle on The Sunday Project during a live satellite interview with the cheeky host in London. As well as fulfilling Carrie's dream of seeing the Spice Girls play live, Tommy indulged in some quirky British customs during their overseas trip. Tommy's manhood was obscured from view in the images, but he made sure Lisa had the full picture by describing some of the comments he'd heard during his breezy bike ride.
The World Naked Bike Ride's mission is to call attention to bike safety and promote clean air by bicycling. The first time I saw a naked woman, I was A friend who had moved away left a stack of Playboy centerfolds in the basket of my bike.
All humor is subjective, of course. Be sure to memorize at least a couple so you can bust them out on your next group ride. You'll be the hit of every outing.
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Pro-cycling, pro-body-positivity, pro-streaking, anti-car, and anti-clothing activists will take to the streets of Vancouver in one seething critical mass of cheekiness this weekend. It will be a prime opportunity for those who are uncomfortable cycling naked alone and prefer to streak in the company of others. Performances and body painting will be held from noon to 2 p.