Like Critical Mass, the World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) which now takes place in 70 cities and 20 countries and is happening this year on the weekend of June 13, has its detractors. For one, any movement that declares itself to be a protest against oil dependency can rub people who simply love cars the wrong way. For another, and this is the question you are might be asking yourself, is it really legal to be bike riding naked? Well, the answer is, no…but. The laws regarding “indecent exposure” are vague and hard to enforce, especially when the WNBR bikers come out in mass. Most riders occur without legal intervention, but arrests are not unknown. Click for a sneak preview of colorful photos from past rides.
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