Toronto bared it all (and then some) this weekend during the World Naked Bike Ride.
Each year, the World Naked Bike Ride protests car culture, the pollution cars make, and use of non-renewable energy like oil.
And since 2004, cities from around the world have joined the liberating movement, making this the world’s largest naked event promoting cycling.
The meet-up and bike rally in the nude brought together activists, exhibitionists, and cyclists for a ride between Toronto’s waterfront and city hall.
While World Naked Bike Ride took place in cities around the world, here’s what you missed in Toronto:
Oh cripes! There was NO preparing for this sight as I rounded the corner onto Yonge Street just now. The World Naked Bike Ride… boobs and willies galore. Now you can all enjoy it as well. You’re welcome. 🚲🍆#WorldNakedBikeRide #Naked #Toronto pic.twitter.com/fuFPDDkMYI
— Jeremy Legat (@JeremyLegat) June 9, 2018
Hundreds of cyclists took part in the 2018 World Naked Bike Ride event in Toronto, Canada, June 9, 2018. The annual clothing-optional bike ride event kicked off on Saturday to strengthen people’s awareness of environmental protection. pic.twitter.com/w63rEtP2U1
— Summer 🇩🇪 (@summersummer02) June 11, 2018
An action shot from Toronto’s instalment of World Naked Bike Ride. This is how they should do the Tour de France. #WorldNakedBikeRide #toronto #cycling #bicycles #streetphoto #streetphotography #bnw #bnwphotography pic.twitter.com/ADTLoFsdv1
— David Allan Barker (@dabpix) June 10, 2018
— David Allan Barker (@dabpix) June 9, 2018
— Sheriann Baker 🇨🇦 (@Sparkiestgerm) June 9, 2018