Bare all in Byron’s naked bike ride

Following last year’s successful inaugural ride by 15 body-painted and costumed riders, the World Naked Bike Ride will be held again in Byron Bay on Saturday (March 14).
For those who would like to participate, but don’t have a bike, Byron Bay Bicycles will have bikes available for free.
The World Naked Bike Ride promotes the use of pedal power as a means of improving fitness, reducing carbon footprints and solving parking problems.
It will also draw attention to the need for improved cycleways.
Riders are asked to assemble at The Rails car park at 2pm.
From there, they will be directed to a location where paint will be provided.

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