Every year, hundreds of cyclists don their birthday suits and pedal their way through London.
The reason? World Naked Bike Ride — a global rally for a roster of causes including cyclist rights, bodily freedom, and environmental concerns.
Unsurprisingly, Covid restrictions nixed last year's nude demonstration from taking place, while this year's event was supposed to take place in June but was then postponed.
Now for the good news: the London leg of the World Naked Bike Ride WILL happen, on Saturday 14 August.
Special restrictions will be in place for riders, including shortened stationary gatherings, and no afterparty. But it's still bound to be a heck of a lot of fun, especially as people were denied their right to denude last year.
Any adult can take part in the ride, joining between Clapham Junction and Victoria Park in Hackney. Everything you need to know is on the website.