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Bright green willy and onesie with cheeky hole spotted in London as part of the World Naked Bike Ride

Thousands of men and women took part in the daring 2022 World Naked Bike Ride today (June 11), flooding the streets of London with willy.

The festivities began at 11 a.m. in both Croydon and Victoria Park, with people cycling through the sunny capital in their birthday suits on nine different routes.

The event’s three goals are to protest global oil dependency, celebrate body positivity and freedom, and protect “real rights for cyclists.”

Many of the racy riders returned to Croydon for a clothing-optional barbeque after it ended around 6.30 p.m.

Despite the fact that he was wearing a lyrca onesie, this man managed to show off his package.

(Image: Jack Dredd/REX/Shutterstock)

Participants are encouraged not only to show off what God has given them, but also to dress up in body paint and wacky accessories, writing slogans across their bare bodies in support of the cause.

One of the most bizarre looks seen was from an older gentleman who was completely covered in green paint from head to crotch to toe, complete with alien ears.

Come tomorrow morning, this unicyclist might be in a lot of pain.

(Image: Jack Dredd/REX/Shutterstock)

Another guy was wearing a black lycra onesie that covered his entire body. Although his face was hidden, strategically placed holes allowed a little nip and a lot of chopper to show through.

It wasn’t just bicyclists who were allowed in.

One nudist was spotted expertly navigating a unicycle through the congested streets of London, his tackle tucked painfully beneath the seat.

This guy was on the verge of losing a couple of inches.

(Image: Elliott Franks)

Another rider was seen manoeuvring his bike while lying horizontally on the seat with his stomach on the seat and his Johnson dangling dangerously close to the rear tyre.

Women were out in force as well, albeit in a much more starker manner. One group was seen wearing brightly colored wigs and naked bodies with slogans such as “butts on bikes r badass.”

The theme of today’s event was ‘Butts on bikes are badass.’

(Photo courtesy of WIktor Szymanowicz/NurPhoto/REX/Shutterstock).

Another woman used the body paint in a unique way, drawing circles around her breasts and belly button to make sure they were visible from the stands.

The World Naked Bike Ride is a worldwide event that takes place in a variety of cities.

“Our problem with motor vehicles in London is not just private cars,” their website states, referring to London specifically.

A number of cities around the world host World Naked Bike Rides.

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“Taxis, private hire vehicles, buses, coaches, vans, delivery vehicles, articulated lorries, tipper trucks, and people traveling in company cars on business, along with the burning of oil, pollution, and congestion in Central London, pose a significant threat to cyclists.”

“What are the similarities between those drivers?” They’re all clogging up our roads because they’re paid to do so and someone else is footing the bill.

The naked riders passed by some of London’s most famous sights.

(Image: Guy Bell/REX/Shutterstock)

“Out-of-town drivers who aren’t used to driving on streets where there are more cyclists than drivers, and bicycles can often outrun motor vehicles, exacerbate the danger.”

Following the cancellation of the 2020 event due to Covid, 1,421 people dressed up to impress last year.

The World Naked Bike Ride, which takes place in London, is also free to enter, which is great news for those planning to participate next year.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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