Sunday, June 12, 2011

'Bare as much you dare'

Nude protesters cycled through the streets of London this weekend as part of the World Naked Bike Ride. They stripped off to their birthday suits to join a movement taking place across the planet.


Baring all in front of heavy traffic, this was the eighth London World Naked Bike Ride, which set off from Hyde Park.
Approximately 1,000 naked cyclists stripped down to ride the nine miles, passing Buckingham Palace on the way, with many treating the Queen to a rendition of Happy Birthday in the process.
The dress code for the annual event was 'bare as you dare' and participants were not required to be completely naked.
Organizers suggest wearing 'as little as you can while still feeling comfortable.'
The event took place in more than 50 cities, including Cardiff, Ottowa, Toronto, Chile, Greece, and thousands of people participated across the world.
As many as 3,000 people took part in the UK last year.

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