London Cyclists Bare All in Oil Protest

Naked riders from 54 cities cycled past Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, Covent Garden, Oxford Street and the US Embassy to protest destructive effects of car culture and celebrate 'the power and individuality of their bodies'.

Published: 11-Jun-2005

More than 100 cyclists have ridden around London naked in a mass protest against dependency on the oil industry.

Protesters on The World Naked Bike Ride cycled past Piccadilly Circus, Big Ben, Covent Garden, Oxford Street and the US Embassy on the 10km route.

Riders in 54 cities were protesting at the "destructive effects of car culture" and celebrating "the power and individuality of their bodies".

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