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Stories about "World Naked Bike Ride":

Cyclists get nude for safety’s sake

Fine weather on Sunday saw 180 odd people don their Birthday Suits for a spin around Byron on Sunday.

Do you dare to bare for a naked bike ride?

The world naked bike ride has come around again and will be taking off from locations in Nimbin and Byron Bay this weekend.

Police stop one naked bike ride, help another

Just hours after a Lismore police officer put a halt to that town's World Naked Bike ride on Sunday, two Byron Bay coppers stopped traffic to allow 200-odd riders onto the road. PHOTOS

Get on ya bike – naked that is

Whether you are clad or not, cycling among cars, buses and trucks can be a brutal business – and WNBR is partly there to remind people to keep an eye out for the poor cyclist. Of course, when they’re naked you’re more likely to see them!

Cyclists brave the wet for World Naked Bike Ride

Despite the wet weather, three World Naked Bike rides took off around the Northern Rivers over the weekend without a hitch and without a stitch – albeit with somewhat fewer participants than in more clement years.

Byron’s naked bike ride could boast Australia’s biggest turnout

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.

Bare all for Nimbin’s tenth World Naked Bike Ride

World Naked Bike Ride season is back again - with rides taking place at Nimbin, Lismore and Byron next month. And the Nimbin event is celebrating its tenth successful nude year.

Is it time for another Nude Ain’t Rude rally?

Almost 20 years to the day since Byron celebrated an historic Nude Ain’t Rude rally on Belongil beach, local activists and nature lovers are asking if it’s time to hold another. The call follows the arrest of four people in just a few weeks for swimming naked in a quiet area of beach.

Hundreds get naked for north coast’s biggest ever ride

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.

Nude cyclists spread their love across the north coast

The northern rivers boasts three participating towns in next weekend’s annual World Naked Bike Ride, up from two last year. Find out just where you can dare to be bare this weekend.

Vale Byron girl, Patricia Marcia Dailhou 

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