A naked bike ride, known as the World Naked Bike Ride, was held in London this year, along with other cities around the world, as a form of protest against our dependence on oil.
The race has been held in London for the past 14 years, and its mission has always been to promote healthier lifestyles and behaviours, as well as safer cycling.
Eight different starting groups competed in the 2021 race, which was the longest and most arduous competition in the history of the event. The competitors traversed over 85 kilometres (53 miles) of London’s crowded and polluted streets and 14 bridges over the River Thames.
The ride is held on June 11th and there are several starting points:
|Clapham Junction||Grant Road, SW 11 2NU||14: 30||14: 45|
|Deptford||Matchstick Piehouse, SE8 5HD||12: 00||14: 00|
|Croydon||233 Shirley Church Road||11: 00||13:|
|Kew Bridge||North end of Kew Bridge nr W4 3NQ||13: 15||13: 30|
|Regents Park||Outer Circle, near NW1 4NA||14: 35||14: 50|
|Tower Hill||Trinity Square Gardens, EC3N 4DJ||13: 45||14: 45|