Byron Bay’s 10th annual World Naked Bike Rid this coming Sunday, March 11, will be the biggest event of its kind in Australia if it exceeds the 270 participants who rode in the event last year.
Jim Nutter, Main Arm. 'Offensive', in my concise Oxford, is 'aggressive', intended for use in attack. The opposite is defensive.
The Brunswick Heads tradition of a quick skinny dip appears to be on the way out after a second pair in their 60s in a fortnight have been slapped with $1,000 in fines.
Robert Easton, Billinudgel. In Franco’s Spain Police officers carried rulers to check women’s skirts. Here in Byron our brave young officers have been whipped into a moral frenzy over rules on sunbathing by their superiors who regret the passing of... Read More →
I love being nude. I like sleeping nude. I like swimming nude. Damn, I even shower nude. I’m nude right now. Well, under my clothes. I always go nude under my clothes. If you’re like me then you probably love being nude too. Statistics show that it’s highly probable you were born nude.
DeeJay, Myocum. It is laudable that a certain councillor considers provision of a safe environment for all our residents to be a prime concern of council. His recent interview with the Echo suggests that the reports of two sexual assaults... Read More →
The streets of Byron Bay were literally swarming with naked people on Sunday afternoon, as the town’s World Naked Bike Ride hit an all-time attendance record.
Although it was her first year co-ordinating the World Naked Bike, Debra Conomy was ‘pretty sure’ this year’s head count of 165 was the biggest ever contingent in the history of the event in Byron Bay.
Byron Bay railway station sees some action once a year at least, when the proud members of the World Naked Bike Ride clan gather to get into their uniforms for the annual streaking cycle through the town.
Byron Bay has been saved the shame of being unable to field a contingent in this coming weekend’s World Naked Bike Ride.