Mark your calendars, folks! The wildest event of the season is coming back to Vancouver this weekend. Bare all this summer in the city-wide protest that is The World Naked Bike Ride. The head-turning event takes to the streets each year to promote their message against oil dependency and urban pollution.
If you’re not familiar with The World Naked Bike Ride, it’s, well, precisely what the name suggests. Folks strip down to their birthday suits, hop on their bikes, and cycle around the city’s busiest streets. This event was actually created right here in Vancouver, but has since expanded to over 80 cities worldwide.
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The bike ride will be hitting Vancouver this Saturday, June 12th. So, if you’re hoping to take part, write that down. It’s completely free to attend and has no pre-registration, so all you’ve got to do is show up and get cycling. Also, even if you wear nothing else, we recommend bringing a mask for safety purposes.
Whether you’re a cycler or a bystander, there’s sure to be no mistaking this wild ride. Oh – and the more modest among you? Keep in mind that the ride is set to start around noon at Sunset Beach. This eye-catching event will be impossible to miss!
Where: Ride starts at Sunset Beach
When: Saturday, June 12th, 12PM