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World Naked Bike Ride

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World Naked Bike Ride

Start with your birthday suit, add body paint, jump on your trusty bike, and join in on the fun that is known as the World Naked Bike Ride which will traverse to the Capitol and back. Between 200 and 400 bikers are expected to take part in this ride (and afterparty) being held to encourage bicycle use in the city, reduce oil dependency, promote bike safety, and emphasize our right to express (and expose) ourselves freely. Participants and friends are invited to enjoy live music and dancing at the afterparty (no booze before the ride, BYOB at the party). This is a night ride so make sure your bike is safe to operate after hours.

Sat., June 9, 7:30pm. Delta Millwork, 4701 E. Fifth, 385-1812. www.worldnakedbikeride.org.

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