World Naked Bike Ride sees thousands of men and women cycle through London and Brighton nude
Bare-all bike ride sees cyclists strip off to raise awareness for road safety
By Neal Baker
10th June 2018, 10:36 pm
Updated: 11th June 2018, 2:08 am
THOUSANDS of nude cyclists felt the breeze today as they took part in World Naked Bike Ride.
Streets in London and Brighton were packed with flesh-baring pedlars to raise awareness for road safety.
Now in its 13th year, cyclists strip off to symbolise how vulnerable riders are on Britain's busy roads.
Some joined in the craze for glitter boobs — plastering their chests with sparkling paint.
Others wore colourful but revealing costumes and waved bright flags during the bare-ball bike jaunt.
But many were happy to don only their birthday suits as they enjoyed the sunny weather.
In Brighton, where an estimated 550 people took part, cyclists made their way through the town centre and along the seafront to Hove.
They then headed back into town to a naturist beach for snacks and a swim.
Hundreds also took to the streets in London today and on Saturday — riding through Westminster and Piccadilly Circus.
Similar rides took place in cities around the world including in the US.
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