Nudist bike week

Duration: 5min 22sec Views: 1992 Submitted: 21.03.2021
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How to attract attention to dependence on pollution-based transport? The naked bike ride is an answer from Portland. Portland WNBR is an annual, worldwide bike ride that aims to promote cycling and fight against oil dependence in transportation. The event also shares lots of joy and is free for all. There are a lot of cyclists with their own reasons to participate, which can be found written on their bare backs. The state of Oregon has a law since that public nudity is allowed as a form of protest.


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Thanks for subscribing! Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! By entering your email address you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy and consent to receive emails from Time Out about news, events, offers and partner promotions. Every year, around 1, cyclists take to the streets of Chicago in various states of undress for the World Naked Bike Ride , a clothing-optional, mile nighttime ride meant to call attention to the world's dependence on oil and cyclist safety. Ordinarily, the event—which is celebrated worldwide—falls on the second Saturday in June in the northern hemisphere; for obvious reasons, organizers canceled the ride in Now it's returning to Chicago for a belated celebration on August 14 with a host of pandemic-era precautions, which include nixing the huge party that's normally thrown after the ride concludes.

World Naked Bike Ride to roll through Vancouver this month

People will once again be riding bikes nude through the streets of Vancouver to protest fossil fuels. The ride supports ecological and climate change causes and is aligned with Extinction Rebellion, according to event organizers. It is also a celebration of creativity, individuality, and the human-powered machine," state organizers on the event's Facebook page.
The Naked Bike Ride has been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, cyclists are encouraged to protest on every full moon from June through August. For the most up-to-date information, please visit the World Naked Bike Ride website. Wearing a helmet is a great way to stay safe while bicycling — no one would argue with that.