Thousands of demonstrators will bare all in June for the unusual protest against "car culture and oil dependency."

The World Naked Bike Ride is believed to be the world's biggest nude protest and takes place across 50 cites with thousands of people taking place worldwide.

The London leg of the event will take place on Saturday, June 10 and will have seven start points at Tower Hill, Regents Park, Kings Cross, West Norwood, Hyde Park, Clapham Junction, and Kew Bridge.

Riders can choose from short leisurely rides or longer, harder routes into the centre before merging together into a 1,000 rider peloton of the World Naked Bike Ride.

Everything you need to know about the routes

The World Naked Bike Ride takes place in June
The World Naked Bike Ride takes place in June

Kew Bridge

Kew Bridge is a longer feeder ride, aiming to cross the meandering Thames several times before joining in with the Clapham Junction start.

West Norwood

West Norwood is also a moderately long ride, including options for body painting from 11am, a return trip and BBQ party after the ride.

Tower Hill

Cyclists prepare to set off on World Naked Bike Ride

Tower Hill is arguably the most scenic ride, starting alongside the Tower of London, crossing four bridges, riding alongside the river, passing through Trafalgar Square and Westminster .

It's handy for London Bridge, Waterloo, Charing Cross, Fenchurch St and Liverpool Street stations.

Regents Park and Kings Cross

Regents Park and Kings Cross are easy rides down through the centre of town, and particularly good if you are bringing your bike in via Euston or Kings Cross stations.

All the routes merge for the core part of the route, from Westminster Bridge onwards, to form the 1,000+ rider peloton (which always moves at a safe, comfortable pace and gets stuck a bit).

Start points and routes may be subject to change, so riders should check the exact locations and details on the WNBR London website, Facebook pages or Twitter feed.

Planned start times

Tower Hill

2.30 assembly, 3.00 departure, Trinity Square Gardens

Kings Cross

2.30 assembly, 3.00 departure, Lewis Cubitt Park

West Norwood

11.00 body painting, 2.00 assembly, 2.30 departure, Norwood Rd

Hyde Park

2.30pm assembly, 3.00pm departure, North Carriage Drive

Regents Park

2.30pm assembly, 3.00pm departure, Cumberland Green

Clapham Junction

2.30pm assembly, 2.45pm departure, Grant Road

Kew Bridge

Timing to be confirmed

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