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Welcome to the Brighton Naked Bike Ride media centre.

About Brighton Naked Bike Ride

Every June, in cities around the world, people ride bikes naked to celebrate cycling and the human body. The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) demonstrates the vulnerability of cyclists on the road and is a protest against oil dependency. Organisers encourage participants to "be there, as bare as you dare!".

The Brighton Naked Bike Ride has taken place every year since 2006. 700 people rode in 2009 (growing from 400, 180 and 160 in previous years). Up to 1,000 riders are expected in 2010. As of the 2007 ride, following negotiations with Sussex Police, full nudity is permitted at the event.

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Press release archive

A selection of our press releases

Brighton Naked Bike Ride 2016
Brighton's World Naked Bike Ride will return to the city streets on Sunday 11 June 2017. This year participants will celebrate a One World theme - uniting the global protest's aims of empowering cycli...
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Brighton Naked Bike Ride 2015
Tenth anniversary Brighton Naked Bike Ride highlights cycle friendly improvements in city over its ten years existence.
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Brighton Naked Bike Ride 2014
Brighton's tenth annual naked bike ride through the city, celebrating bikes, body power and low carbon living, is to take place on June 14, 2015.
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For more information

Brighton Naked Bike Ride

Duncan Blinkhorn / Nick Sayers
Ride co-organisers
Phone: +44 (0) 7944 152706
Alt phone: +44 (0) 7812 036415

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