Saturday, April 26, 2014

World Naked Bike Ride #Toronto 2014 in June

Saturday, June 14 will mark the tenth anniversary of the worldwide protest against oil dependency; two wheeled and clothes free (or as bare as you dare)! Ride with the wind between your cheeks during the WNBR which will begin in Coronation Park, located near the Princes' Gate entrance to the CNE.

"Gather at 12 noon for socializing, body painting, bike decorating etc. Bring food to share if you wish. Ride starts at 1 pm, following a route along several major streets in the downtown core."
Participants start to group around the bronze sculpture that looks like part of a boat, grounded before it hit the waters of Lake Ontario. Removing clothes and applying body-paint gives people time to get ready for the ride along city streets. The path of the ride usually includes a run along Queen's Park, a brisk ride down Yonge Street and a photo opportunity at City Hall before hitting the Toronto Island ferry terminal. Once down at Queens Quay the group splits up - some put on clothes and give up their superhero personas, some go on the ferries and hitting the sands at Hanlan's Point clothing optional beach and some make the journey back to where it all began - Coronation Park.

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