11 March 2013 12:52 PM
World Naked Bike Ride - Cape Town

Getting Naked for a Good Cause!



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This year’s World Naked Bike Ride took place on March 3 in Cape Town.

This is an event where semi-naked and naked cyclists meet and ride on the roads to deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, body-positive world and expose the vulnerability of cyclists, humanity and nature in the face of cars, aggression, consumerism and non-renewable energy.

Take a look at the demonstration that was held in Cape Town...

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