A naked bike ride is being held tomorrow, with several meeting points scattered across London.

The World Naked Bike Ride in London has taken place annually since 2004, with the exception of 2020 when the ride was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Traditionally, the World Naked Bike Ride occurs on the second Saturday in June.

This year, it is scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday June 8).

What you need to know

The infamous ride starts at points in Clapham Junction, Croydon, Hackney Wick, Kew Bridge, Regents Park, Tower Hill, and Wellington Arch.

There is also an accessible option for riders who are less able to do the full ride. The routes merge into a spectacular 1,000+ rider peloton.

No registration is required to participate in WNBR London, simply show up at the designated location with your bike at the right time.

There will be an after show party, located in Phantom Peak, Canada Street, SE16 7PJ from 6pm to 11pm.

The finishing time of the race is hard to predict given the likelihood of crowds, diversions and hold up, but it aims to complete the ride around 5.30pm to 6pm.

This year, World Naked Bike Ride London will be enjoying its biggest ever afterparty, hosted by Phantom Peak in Surrey Quays, near to Canada Water Station.

It is open to all fans of WNBR, Naked Cabaret, Phantom Peak, and everyone else (over 18).

Where are the meeting points?

Here are all the confirmed locations where the World Naked Bike Ride will be taking place*:

*Some starting points have the option of socialising; gather time is the earliest you can arrive.

Starting: Clapham Junction

Meeting point: Grant Road, SW11 2NU

Gather: 2:30pm

Ride: 2.45pm

Starting: Croydon

Meeting point: 233 Shirley Church Road, CR0 5AB

Gather: 11am

Ride: 1pm

Starting: Hackney Wick

Meeting point: Thingy Cafe, 1 Trowbridge Rd, E9 5LD

Gather: 11am

Ride: 1.45pm

Starting: Kew Bridge

Meeting point: North end of Kew Bridge near W4 3NQ

Gather: 1.15pm

Ride: 1.30pm

Starting: Regents Park

Meeting point: Outer Circle, near NW1 4NA

Gather: 2.35pm

Ride: 2.50pm

Starting: Tower Hill

Meeting point: Trinity Square Gardens, EC3N 4DJ

Gather: 1.45pm

Ride: 2.45pm

Starting: Wellington Arch

Meeting point: Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner W1J 7JZ

Starting: 2.15pm

Ride: 2.45pm

Accessible Option: North entrance to St John’s Church Gardens, Secker St, SE1 8UF

Gather: 3.15pm

Ride: 3.45pm

What is the aim of the ride?

The World Naked Bike Ride is a peaceful protest designed to capture public interest and convey its messages through a fun and eye-catching spectacle.

The ride aims to draw attention to its objectives, including:

• Protest against the global dependency on oil

• Curb car culture

• Obtain real rights for cyclists

• Demonstrate the vulnerability of cyclists on city streets

• Celebrate body freedom