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St. Louis Naked Bike Ride, 8/2/08 

From Tower Grove Park to the Atomic Cowboy in the Grove, cyclists rode as bare as they dared during the St. Louis version of the World Naked Bike Ride. Started to protest the world's dependency on oil and to promote cycling, the bike ride drew various riders in various states of undress. Some photos are potentially NSFW (Not Safe For Work).
By Steve Truesdell
The organizers arrive ready to paint.
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New way to meet chicks; “Want to paint my nipples?”
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Human Power! What a beautiful thought!
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“Saran Wrap will keep those breasts fresh and free of sweaty odors."
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“We thought this was the Muny."
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A nice suburban girl next door.
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I made it! Now where are the martinis?
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This shot has something for everyone.
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The photog couldn’t resist checking out some "man flesh."
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A subtle message for Big Oil.
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We only have one pair of Man Panties between us.
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The first arrivals at 7 p.m.
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An elf, a Scot, a Hula dancer, and someone who didn’t put enough effort into their costume.
By Steve Truesdell
Big Oil Sucks, for sure. But these ladies just came to see the buns.
By Steve Truesdell
Which is more manly? Black or pink?
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Speedos on grown men? Welcome to France!
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Cougar in fishnets! Protect your young.
By Steve Truesdell
A popular sentiment from Fox News.
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Protesting and exhibitionist biking. A family affair.
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Even the shirt-and-tie crowd pitched in to help paint.
By Steve Truesdell
America’s abundant new alternative energy.
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A wrestling fan protesting Big Oil.
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“Check out my new abs!”
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Creative energy solution.
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A sentiment previously expressed by Thomas Jefferson.
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Take my photo! A protester from the suit-and-tie world.
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“My mom and dad brought me here."
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Elton John was there protesting as well.
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After the ride, he was heading straight for the clinic.
By Steve Truesdell
Latex is so much more fun than Victoria’s Secret.
By Steve Truesell
Who knew a "skate punk" could be so damn cute?
By Steve Truesdell
More gawkers than bikers.
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Miss Metrolink, now available for boarding.
By Steve Truesdell
When you share bike seats, remember that you are riding with everyone else who rode that seat. So use protection.
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“A more intelligent Bush."
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Big Oil blows, but "Bare as you Dare” bike rides? They Rock!
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It’s good to get off the farm.
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Biking and smoking. An excellent way to work out those lungs!
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Lean, mean, smoking hot biking machine!
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Wheeeeee!
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No one seemed sure of the route, especially the participants.
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Replenish with water, then fill up on beer.
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This rider lost the pack but was first to make it to the Atomic Cowboy. Reports of a cab receipt falling out of his pocket are unconfirmed.
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...She’s more than just pretty, this biker has a message.
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Pink thong on a bike seat? Ouch! Looks painful.
By Steve Truesdell
Blocking Manchester, best traffic jam EVER!
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Representing the Stars, Stripes and Sombrero-wearers against Big Oil.
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Future star of the new Fox reality show, “Who wants to marry a near naked bike rider?"
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“Peace Out Mr. Cheney.”
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Pictures and hook ups. That’s what naked bike rides are all about.
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“Hey! You don’t need to check THERE for Big Oil”
By Steve Truesdell
The happy, tired, and not quite naked organizers of the “World Naked Bike Ride."
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By Steve Truesdell
The organizers arrive ready to paint.
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