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Cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike ride around the world. The event aimed to promote a body-positive culture and encourage cycling as a greener mode of transportation.

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Naked cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike Ride in Mexico City. The ride aimed to promote a body-positive culture and encourage cycling as a greener mode of transportation.

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Naked cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike Ride in Mexico City. The ride aimed to promote a body-positive culture and encourage cycling as a greener mode of transportation.

Edgard Garrido/Reuters

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A cyclist shows graffiti on his back that reads, "Eleventh commandment, no running over" during the World Naked Bike Ride in Mexico City. The ride aimed to promote a body-positive culture and encourage cycling as a greener mode of transportation.

Edgard Garrido/Reuters

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Cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike ride in London. This year's ride started from five different locations around London, ending at Wellington Arch in the centre of the capital.

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Cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike ride in London. This year's ride started from five different locations around London, ending at Wellington Arch in the centre of the capital.

Paul Hackett/Reuters

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Children on piggyback watch a group of topless and nude cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike Ride in lower Manhattan in New York. The ride was organised by the non-profit environmental group TIMES UP! to promote a more sustainable way of living.

Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

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A group of topless and nude cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike Ride in lower Manhattan in New York. The ride was organised by the non-profit environmental group TIMES UP! to promote a more sustainable way of living.

Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

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