Naked Bike Ride

The Naked Bike Ride rolls past the Creole Tomato Fest to the delight of most (and shock of some). Simple in concept, bikers roll past in various and creative stages of dress and undress calling attention to bike safety and a plea to be seen. Both The Pride parade rolling later that day and the Naked Bike Ride are about awareness and visibility. And both revel in owning who you are and how you roll.

Though the issues may be serious, the Naked Bike Ride is festive with decorated people and bikes spreading smiles. Enjoy the photos and don’t forget to check out my posts on the Creole Tomato Fest and the Pride Parade.

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Filed under Culture, decorations and costumes, festival, free events and lagniappe, parade

2 responses to “Naked Bike Ride

  1. Pingback: Creole Tomato Fest | L.A. to N.O.LA

  2. Pingback: Pride Parade | L.A. to N.O.LA

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