Naked Bike Ride Hits Los Angeles Saturday: How to Find Out Where
L.A. is sort of a haven for pervs as it is, what with our Pacific beaches, pretty people and porn industry.
Now you have another reason to break out that telephoto lens: The Los Angeles World Naked Bike Ride, happening Saturday at noon in the Echo Park area.
It happens at a semi-secret (but public) location, to be exact (more on that at the bottom). You know LA Weekly will be there with our own tongue-wagging photogs:
But if you thought it was about getting an eyeful of strangers with seats between their legs, hold on there.
According to organizers:
We edited this photo.
The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) advocates and celebrates sustainable energy, environmentally-responsible living, human-powered transport and body-positive value.
After reviewing photos from the last event in L.A., we think it's also about letting your hair down, so to speak.
Another well-edited photo (trust us).
Organizers say it's legal, too.
Well, not exactly. What promoters say is that cops seem to have better things to do than trying to corral a group of nude pedal pushers.
You have to RSVP to go and find out the secret locale. And you have to be on a bike to participate. You can't creep around in a bush costume.
Unfortunately, you don't have to shave for this event. But you should.
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