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The naked bike ride is back in Montreal this weekend

The naked bike ride is back in Montreal this weekend
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The year's most revealing bike ride! 

Montreal bike riders won’t need their shirts, pants, skirts or even underwear, this weekend. In fact, you won’t even need to wear a face mask.

Officially, the World Naked Bike Ride is set to roll through Montreal streets July 17, and this year, once again, nude cyclists are permitted to use BIXI bikes.

The ride takes place at Dorchester Square in the heart of Montreal and features two circuits of the downtown core, one begins at 1 pm and another at 8 pm.

The event is, of course, free to attend; you just need a bike. All Montrealers are invited to join, and nudity is optional.

The global ride is a peaceful protest against fossil fuels and dependency on oil. However, the naked ride is also a way to promote positive body image and advocate for the safety of cyclists.

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