London World Naked Bike - FREE - ★★★ - June, 2020


Yes, it is legal and it’s part of Bike Week. The goals are to show the vulnerability of cyclists and to obtain rights for cyclists while protesting car culture and global dependency on oil. It is intended also be a celebration of body freedom. Great fun and lots of humour in many of the “costumes.” Cyclists and spectators share the liberating experience of the event.

Reviewed by J.C.

 Our Score: 
☆☆☆ 

WHEN, WHERE, GETTING THERE:
June - Times vary according to chosen start points:
Tower Hill, Regent’s Park, West Norwood, Hyde Park, Clapham Junction and Kew Bridge.

Routes merge to form a core circuit from Westminster Bridge to Hyde Park.
Nearest tube: Various
https://wnbr.london

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