WNBR London World Naked Bike Ride 2015.

The World Naked Bike Ride London 2015 got under way on Saturday 13th of June with thousands of naked cyclists taking to the streets of London for an unconventional protest on Saturday afternoon. The event is held in more than 20 countries worldwide. Full album can be viewed by clicking this link or please visit my website peterbphotos.

WNBR Riders waiting to cross the street lights at Wellington Arch.

This was the eleventh year of the World Naked Bike Ride, a protest against car culture and global oil dependency.

WNBR 2015 riders at Hyde Park with bodypaint & signs.

As it did last year, 2015′s World Naked Bike Ride began at 2:30pm with nude riders departing from six starting points around city including Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, King’s Cross, Clapham Junction, West Norwood and Tower Hill before joining up and finishing near Wellington Arch, Hyde Park corner.

One of the protestors wearing a Marilyn Monroe mask.

The protesters took to the streets of London baring as much as they dare in an attempt to get their message across about creating a cleaner future. Some of the riders decided to cover up by wearing underwear or amusing costumes.

Some bared all and wore only gloves.

Burn fat not oil.

Messages including “less gas more ass” and “Burn bras not fuel”  were either painted on bodies or signs to promote cycling as an alternative to car transport.

Save the tiger!

Love the earth.

Some wore body paint & wigs

Girl in Sunglasses and bodypaint.

For more information on the event see the World Naked Bike Ride London Facebook group.

Posing for photos.

WNBR rider posing for a photo at the end of the protest in Hyde Park.

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