London Naked Bike Ride

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London Naked Bike Ride is an annual nude cycling event in protest against car culture and oil dependency.  London protesters will ride naked through the city streets with slogans painted on their backs including ‘Burn Fat Not Oil’, Less Gas More Ass’ or (in our opinion) the best ‘Energy Is Renude’.

London Naked Bike Ride Starting Points and Times

There will be seven starting points:

Tower Hill, Regents Park, Kings Cross, West Norwood, Hyde Park, Clapham Junction, and Kew Bridge

Full nudity is optional; some people cycle in their underwear for personal modesty/chafing reasons.  But if you’re brave enough to bare all, remember it’s considered bad form to disrobe before the start of the ride.

Tower Hill, 14:30 assembly, 15:00 departure, Trinity Square Gardens EC3N 4D

Kings Cross, 14:30 assembly, 15:00 departure. Lewis Cubitt Park, N1C 4UZ

West Norwood, 11:00 body painting, 14:00 assembly, 14:30 departure, 242 Norwood Rd, SE27 9AW. * This ride includes an optional return ride and BBQ.

Hyde Park, 14:30 assembly, 15:00 departure, North Carriage Drive, nearest post code: W2 2ET

Regents Park, 14:30 assembly, 15:00 departure, Cumberland Green, nearest post code: NW1 4NA

Clapham Junction, 14:30 assembly, 14:45 departure, Grant Road, SW11 2NU * This group also has an optional feeder ride (cyclists gathering to ride to main starting destination) from Kew Bridge.

Dates:
Venue: Regent's Park
Web: http://wiki.worldnakedbike...
Entry: Free
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Closest station(s): Hyde Park Corner, Marble Arch, West Norwood, Tower Hill, Chalk Farm, Clapham Junction
Area: Clapham Junction, Hyde Park, Regent's Park, Tower Hill, West Norwood

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