World Naked Bike Ride

World Naked Bike Ride

Jun 20, 2020
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Coronation Park

World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) is on! It’s time to put a stop to the indecent exposure of people and the planet to cars and the pollution they create.

COVID-19 Guidance: Bicycle distancing in effect.

Put your message on your mask. A protest against the over-consumption of oil. Less Gas, More Ass. You can wear your clothes if you want.

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What to wear? WNBR dress code is “As Bare As You Dare“. How bare is that? How dare is that? It’s all up to you – whatever you are comfortable with. Bodypainting, bike decorating, and other creative expression is strongly encouraged!

Ride starts at 1:00 pm. [Route map]

FREE to join – if tweeting, use #WNBRToronto

For more information regarding this event, please visit the link below

VIRTUAL Location:
PHYSICAL Location: Coronation Park


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19 Comments

  1. we are pleased to be there on this Saturday 12:00 noon for support the rider. Do you prepare material for painting?

    • 200 riders. Not all participants physically can ride so they come and support us at the starting point. A few hundred tourists usually show up to enjoy the moment at the beginning.

  2. There, got charged for an indecent act, again. On a hydro line, someone saw me naked.
    Will I get charged, again, in this event?

    • It’s a political protest. Nothing sexual. We ride with cause. You were charged under the law because you had no cause. The ride complies with the laws. Any sexual perversion and you will be arrested. Under cover officers will be nearby.

  3. Is there parking anywhere nearby? Coming from out of town, and hope to knock this off my bucket list.

    • There are many out of towners that ride. Some from the U.S., others from outside Toronto.

      We have a unique situation. There is a running event for youth mental awareness going on from 6:00 to 11:30 and the usual
      softball tournament going on. Our ride is a meet and ride. The City of Toronto phoned me to confirm and stated that
      we did not need to reserve park space. Our backup will be 200 metres west of Coronation Park at Inukshuk Park
      or the CNE Prince’s Gates if we have issues. We meet a Coronation as planned.

      Parking on the street is available by meter within the park or 1 block North of the park. My guess it is approx.
      $15-$25 per day or else there is parking at the CNE also.

      Parking will be tight I imagine. Most out of towners arrive between 10 and 11:30 and just hang around or
      get body painted.

      Hope this helps. See you at the ride. The ride finishes at 3:30 usually. The .com site will be updated next week.

  4. Where were the police? Charges for indecent exposure should be laid. Shameful!!!! They should all do community service if not jailed.
    Has the world lost it’s sense of decency?

  5. Make Toronto smile once again! Join the ride. Bring a friend.
    Put the fun between your legs; your bicycle. Promote alternative
    ways of transportation and protest the dependence on oil. Exercise
    your right to protest naked. The ride is over 17 km long throughout
    the downtown core. Just show up and ride. Have fun. You don’t have to be naked.

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