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Companies have long used images of scantily clad, naked or simply strangely posed women to sell products, and the bicycling industry is no exception. Recently, the bicycle company Colnago has been criticized for images featuring women posed next to high-end bicycles posed in strange positions wearing impractical clothing. Colnago has since apologized, although it is yet to be seen whether the apology will lead to any meaningful change in their advertising.
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How can I convey the perfection of my comfort on the bicycle, the completeness of my union with her, the sweet responses she gave me at every particle of her frame? I felt that I had known her for many years and that she had known me and that we understood each other utterly … I passed my hand with unintended tenderness — sensuously indeed — across the saddle … It was a gentle saddle yet calm and courageous … Her saddle seemed to spread invitingly into the most enchanting of all seats while her two handlebars, floating finely with the wild grace of alighting wings, beckoned to me to lend my mastery for free and joyful journeyings, the lightest of light running in the company of the swift ground winds to safe havens far away, the whir of the true front wheel in my ear as it spun perfectly beneath my clear eye and the strong fine back wheel with unadmired industry raising gentle dust on the dry roads, How desirable her seat was, how charming the invitation of her slim encircling handlebars, how unaccountable competent and reassuring her pump resting warmly against her rear thigh. Horses were ridden side-saddle and, such was male paranoia, it was considered abhorrent for girls to sit astride any object, even a see-saw or hobby-horse.
The World Naked Bike ride cycles into town this Saturday, protesting car culture and celebrating body positivity. Every year, the World Naked Bike Ride sees budding cyclists join together to protest oil dependency and car culture, as well as to shine a light on the vulnerability of cyclists. The stripped-down event is completely legal, too.
After gathering in the West Loop, the mass of stripped down riders set out on a route that took them through River North, Wicker Park and Lincoln Park. Raising awareness of cyclist rights and positive body image, the group turned heads and elicited confused stares throughout the city. Didn't see any scantily clad bikers streak by over the weekend?
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The World Naked Bike Ride WNBR is an international clothing-optional bike ride in which participants plan, meet and ride together en masse on human-powered transport the vast majority on bicyclesbut some on skateboards and inline skatesto "deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, body-positive world. The dress code motto is "bare as you dare". Body artsuch as body paintingare common forms of creative expression, as well as costumes, art bikesportable sound reinforcement systems such as public address systems, bullhorns and boomboxes and musical instruments or other types of noisemakers. In addition to simply being able to ride clothes-free on community streets, some rides have established precedent by having body-painting parties, often involving numbers of naked riders and artists in high-visibility municipal parks.