Set your modesty aside and grab your bicycles, because Portland’s annual Naked Bike Ride is returning next summer!
This free event is just one of the almost 100 naked bikes rides that happen around the world. In Portland, the first Naked Bike Ride took place in 2014, and has become an annual tradition since then.
The Portland Naked Bike Ride is a way to protest against “society’s dependence on oil,” according to a release, and takes place every year to celebrate green methods of transportation.
So why ride naked?
Riding naked promotes ideas of staying healthy and living an active lifestyle by using self-powered methods of transportation.
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The event, taking place in June 2020, not only builds community but is also a great way to support the cause of environmentalism.
For some information on what you can and cannot bring to the event, as well as other details like routes or biking faux pas, check the event’s website here.
When: June 27, 2019
Time: The time will be updated closer to the event. Check the website for updates.
Where: The route will be disclosed closer to the event. Check the website for updates.
Admission: Free. More registration information can be found here.