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Monday, July 28, 2014

PHOTOS: The Best Undressed People of St. Louis World Naked Bike Ride 2014 (NSFW)

Posted By on Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 7:00 AM

"Oh, it's the World Naked Bike Ride? How handy, I seem to have misplaced my clothes..." - JON GITCHOFF
  • Jon Gitchoff
  • "Oh, it's the World Naked Bike Ride? How handy, I seem to have misplaced my clothes..."

This weekend St. Louisans discarded society's rules (and their clothes) and hit the streets two wheels at a time, riding in the seventh annual World Naked Bike Ride.

The ride's compound mission, which advocates simultaneously for cyclist safety, positive body image and sustainable travel options, brings all sorts of interesting St. Louis characters out from the fringes: the eco-warriors, the sex-positive feminists, the experimenting college students, the die-hard cyclists, the creepers and so many more.

The 2014 World Naked Bike Ride in St. Louis. - JON GITCHOFF
  • Jon Gitchoff
  • The 2014 World Naked Bike Ride in St. Louis.

The ride's organizers encourage participants to bare as much as they dare. Many riders wore costumes or body paint that either strategically hid or daringly accentuated their naughtiest bits.

Daily RFT selected the best photos of riders stripping down and pedaling out. Here are our favorites:

Peek-a-boo! You think it's going to be a nipple, but it's not. - JON GITCHOFF
  • Jon Gitchoff
  • Peek-a-boo! You think it's going to be a nipple, but it's not.

See also: World Naked Bike Ride 2014 Rolls Through St. Louis July 26 (NSFW)

This guy's bare ass comes with a mission. - CAROLINE YOO
  • Caroline Yoo
  • This guy's bare ass comes with a mission.

Just in case you're reading this at work, we've saved the most naked folks for the next pages. Click for page two.

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