Thousands of London cyclists took to the streets naked on Saturday June 14 as part of World Naked Bike Ride.
They were cheered on by spectators who lined the streets, many having seen more than they bargained for on a shopping trip to the West End.
The protesters were calling for better protection for cyclists in the capital, including the introduction of more cycle-only areas and safer cycle lanes, and against the use of vehicles that use fossil fuels.
A similar protest happened last year, 2013, when thousands stripped off their clothes to ride naked on the streets of London.
Spectators were thrilled to see the bare-bottomed London cyclists and welcomed them with clicking cameras to capture the occasion. The cyclists set off from five separate departure points before converging on Wellington Arch in Hyde Park corner.
None of the cyclists were shy. Happy to talk to the media about their protest. Protection of the body was not on their minds
ynuk.tv was careful not to expose too much of the naked body while interviewing protestors
— YourNewsUKtv (@YourNewsUKtv) April 1, 2016
Subscribe to YNUKtv
Keep up to date on the latest content, here at YNUKtv. Subscribe below.