NOLA French Quarter to Host World Naked Bike Ride 2024 | Entertainment and Lifestyle

Riders of the World Naked Bike Ride, it’s time to start planning your attire for the 2024 event. With a variety of options to choose from, such as a Speedo, skimpy bikini or even strategically placed Band-Aids, participants can express their individuality while raising awareness about the vulnerability of cyclists on the road. Many opt for glitter or body paint, while others prefer the classic Crown Royal bag. And for those who are daring enough, there’s always the option to ride completely naked. The slogan of the event is “Can You See Me Now?”

The World Naked Bike Ride is a global event that takes place in various cities around the world, with New Orleans hosting its own version for the past 16 years. Hundreds of participants have taken part in various states of undress, with spectators along the route being asked to respect their space and not touch them. This year’s ride is scheduled for June 8 at 4 p.m., an hour earlier than originally planned. The exact route has not yet been announced, but it typically starts at Mickey Markey Park, travels through the French Quarter and ends back at the starting point.

For more information on this unique event and how to participate or spectate, visit the World Naked Bike Ride—NOLA Facebook page and check NOLA.com for updates as the date approaches.

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