Bristol WNBR 2015

Saturday 27 June 2015

Beautiful sunshine all the way through, a new longer route and a huge turnout - what an amazing ride!
Thanks to everybody that made it happen and all the fantastic people who joined in :-)

We’re celebrating bikes and bodies. We want to show that cycling is fun.
But we also have a serious message - to highlight how vulnerable cyclists are on the roads. Our roads are still too dangerous for many people to even consider cycling, and far too many cyclists are killed on the roads each year.
Research found that 8 in 10 Bristol residents want better safety for people riding bikes, and 70% of residents want to see more investment in cycling. Improving cycling could make a difference to Bristol's health - only 1 in 3 people in Bristol take regular exercise, and 196 deaths in Bristol each year are attributable to air pollution.

Find details of all the rides at

These photos are deliberately small and watermarked. If you are in a photo and would like a high quality copy, get in touch and I'll send it over. Or let me know if you want your photo blurred or removed.
Would you like more photos? - I'm looking for models.

Photo 1 -- Getting ready

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Photo 3 -- Colourful characters

Photo 4 -- Amazing bodypainting

Photo 5 -- Ready to go!

Photo 6 -- Brilliant reactions

Photo 7 -- Into busy Broadmead

Photo 8 -- Yes!

Photo 9 -- More ass, less gas

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Photo 11 -- Castle Park in the sunshine

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Photo 14 -- Kill your speed

Photo 15 -- So many of us, in Queen Square

Photo 16 -- Down by the waterfront

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Photo 18 -- Party in Millenium Square

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Photo 21 -- Yeti on the loose

Photo 22 -- Along Anchor road

Photo 23 -- By the SS Great Britain

Photo 24 -- Living free - Born free

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Photo 26 -- Crowds of spectators by City Hall

Photo 27 -- And a crowd of naked cyclists by City Hall

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Photo 29 -- Under Park Street

Photo 30 -- A happy hen party

Photo 31 -- A slight hill by Colston Hall

Photo 32 -- Get on your bike

Photo 33 -- A lap of the bearpit

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Photo 38 -- Naked cyclists as far as the eye can see

Photo 39 -- World Naked Bike Ride

Photo 40 -- The reflection tells the story

Photo 41 -- Think Local high fives

Photo 42 -- Smiles at the end of the ride

Photo 43 -- Big thanks to Will, Joe and the others that made this happen


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