The World Naked Bike Ride is global protest against the over usage of oil and urban pollution, promoting greater cycling safety on our roads, and encouraging body freedom for everyone. This site visually describes the naked protest and environmental awareness event. You are encouraged to join this legal ride. There is no cost, no registration, no cost to the taxpayer, no corporate sponsors and best of all it originated in Vancouver, Canada, and now occurs in over 80 cities worldwide.
You can wear your clothes if you want.
Renting a bike? Cover the seat.
We have included new stops this year on top of Sugar Beach and HTO Beach. We are going to the CN Tower. We will bypass the ferry docks and go there. From there we will head back to Queen's Quay and continue to Sugar Beach, and then to Coronation Park. Please get dressed after the ride. We don't want issues with the police.
Time: Come at least 1 hour before the ride. We do not have a body painter. Covid distancing rules apply. Stay 2 meters away from each other. Wear a mask. Decorate it with your message. Dr. Tam says not to shout during a protest. I am not sure why since you are wearing a mask. Ride starts at 1 pm, following a route along several major streets in the downtown core. Location: It starts at Coronation Park (by the waterfront at the centre of the park)
In case any issues occur, we will meet at Inukshuk Park 200 meters west of Coronation Park, or lastly, at the CNE Prince's Gates.
Tell your friends! Bring your friends! Make Toronto Smile
and urban pollution.
JUST SHOW UP AND RIDE!