Cyclists bared it all Saturday in honor of World Naked Bike Ride Day, an annual event dating back to 2004, which asks commuters to, well, do exactly what you’d expect. The event, held in more than 20 countries worldwide, has the dual purpose of “protesting against oil dependency” and “celebrating the power and individuality of our bodies.”
Various cities hold their bike rides on different days throughout June. From London, Chicago and Toronto, who held their no-clothes spin this weekend.
— Mark Beech (@Mark_Beech) June 13, 2015
— Concierge Edinburgh (@ConciergeEDI) June 13, 2015
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— The Buffalo News (@TheBuffaloNews) June 14, 2015
— Andrew O'Brien (@pictureditor) June 13, 2015
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