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Photo: Grigoris Bicycle riders in the nude have been pedaling through the streets of many cities of the world this summer as happy participants in the World Naked Bike Ride , worldnakedbikeride WNBR. The annual summer event is not merely a ride for nudists or exhibitionists but, rather, an unusual way of baring-it-all for the environment. As the ride's motto says: "Bare As You Dare. Photo Rodrigo Arangua.
The World Naked Bike Ride WNBR is an international clothing-optional bike ride in which participants plan, meet and ride together en masse on human-powered transport the vast majority on bicycles , but some on skateboards and inline skates , to "deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, body-positive world. The dress code motto is "bare as you dare". In , there was a shift towards simplifying the message and focusing on cycling advocacy. The WNBR saw events in 28 cities, in ten countries on four continents. Simon Oosterman , the organizer of the WNBR in Auckland , and the first to be arrested during a WNBR event, is credited with going further and refocusing the issue on oil-dependency.
Naked cyclists, some wearing face masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus, riding through The World Naked Bike Ride WNBR is an international, summer, clothing-optional cycling event that usually takes place in as many as 80 cities across 20 countries. This year was no exception, however due to the coronavirus and lockdown restrictions in many locations, the version saw a more modest turnout. A naked cyclist wearing a face mask rides through downtown Madrid during the Naked Bike Ride London, which every year hosts one of the most popular naked bike rides, opted for a virtual edition that included discussions by zoom, photo contests and even an online after-party.