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This is a peaceful, imaginative and fun protest against oil dependency and car culture - all you have to do is get naked and jump on your bike on June 14.

It's a celebration of the bicycle, a celebration of the power and individuality of the human body (yes! nudity!) - and a symbol of the vulnerability of the cyclist in traffic.

The world's biggest naked protest involves 50+ cities and thousands of riders participate worldwide, including around 3,000 in the UK each year.

There will be six start points: West Norwood (from 12.30pm; departing at 2.30pm) Clapham Junction (from 2.45pm; departing at 3pm), Tower Hill (from 2.30pm; departing at 3pm), Kings Cross (from 2.30pm; departing at 3pm), Regents Park (from 2.30pm) and Hyde Park (from 2.30pm).

Bike Week runs from June 14 - 22 and is the UK’s biggest mass participation cycling event, with locally organised events taking place all across the country.

When: June 14

Where: See list above.

Entry is free. For more information, click here or tweet the organisers at @bike_week

Image credit: © Paul-in-London on Flickr


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