A peaceful, imaginative and fun protest against oil dependency and car culture. A celebration of the bicycle and also a celebration of the power and individuality of the human body. A symbol of the vulnerability of the cyclist in traffic. The world's biggest naked protest: 50+ cities and thousands of riders participate worldwide, including around 3,000 in the UK each year.
In 2018, rides take place across the UK between 1 June and 21 July, and we expect several thousand riders. Sign-up on the WNBR main page (www.worldnakedbikeride.org/) and select the UK London event where all the directions to the event are available.
Please visit the link above to ensure you have the updated meeting times and joining instructions.
Routes confirmed for the 15th annual World Naked Bike Ride in London on 9th June 2018
WNBR London has confirmed that this year’s London leg of the World Naked Bike Ride, on the afternoon of Saturday 9th June, will have start points at Tower Hill, Regents Park, West Norwood, Hyde Park, Clapham Junction, and Kew Bridge. As is often the case, this is also the Queen’s Official Birthday, so we expect to see riders stop to sing Happy Birthday outside Buckingham Palace. It is also the Trooping of the Colour in the morning so there are usually good crowds to cheer on the ride.
Riders can choose from short leisurely rides or longer, harder routes into the centre before merging together into the spectacular 1,000+ rider peloton of the WNBR.
Link to the Press Release.