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Montreal Hosts The World Naked Bike Ride This Saturday

With Montreal finally getting hit by such a glorious heatwave residents around the city are gaining that summer driven confidence to let it all hang out, some much more than others.

Montreal's nudist/naturist gathering is rather incognito as some may have noticed, but thankfully, it is far from in-existent. World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) happens worldwide all throughout the month of June, and as we are now in July and have yet to dare -and-bare all that we have, some local participants took it upon themselves to create an official event; lest we not continue the 9th annual World Naked Bike Ride (Montreal Edition).

Cyclists/nudists/activists have taken the opportunity, to bravely take off their clothes for a cause Saturday July 6th. On the outskirts of the city's core, at Square-Phillips, one beautiful bare-chested day of July you may happen across a group of cyclists, putting their feet down (to the peddle), peacefully cycling against oil dependency, celebrating their bodies and emphasizing their ability to provide independent/sustainable self transportation.

Saturday July 6th, 2013 at 14h, Montrealers will be exercising their right and freedom to move towards a cleaner/healthier city and will challenge the ambiguous municipal laws revolving around 'indecent exposure'.

So step up and strip down, we'll see you there Montreal.

Click here for event's Facebook page.

IN CASE YOU CAN'T MAKE IT:

There will be a Midnight Naked Bike Ride coming to you this August, we will keep you posted with details as they are to come.

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