The Naked Bike Ride is being held in Brighton and Hove today (Sunday 8 June).
Hundreds of cyclists are expected to take part in the annual ride through the centre of Brighton starting from The Level at noon.
Those who dare to bare – or are nearly there – are due to ride down to the Palace Pier and head west along the seafront past the King Alfred Leisure Centre.
They then turn up St Aubyns towards St Andrew’s Church and the Tesco superstore and ride back into Brighton along Church Road and Western Road.
After a spin through The Lanes and the North Laine, they head up St James’s Street, along St George’s Road and down Eaton Place towards Duke’s Mound.
The eight-mile ride is due to finish at Black Rock by the nudist beach, with a party from 5.30pm at the Sand Sculpture Festival.
According to the Naked Bike Ride page on Facebook, more than 600 people are planning to take part or watch.
A poster for the event said that it was a protest against car culture and climate change, a demonstration of cyclists’ vulnerability and strength in numbers and a celebration of bikes, bodies and low-impact living.
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