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The London World Naked Bike Ride 2012 will take place at 3pm on 9th June 2012. As usual, the start is at Hyde Park in the south eastern corner and the finish will be at Admiralty Arch. The ride is usually around 2 hours long and will be a gentle meander around the West End area. I do not know the route yet myself but will publish it here if and when it becomes available. I understand that it will be very similar to last year and a run through Covent Garden is included.
For pictures of last year’s ride and a video of the start HERE
The Facebook invite is HERE
The official wiki site is HERE
Any questions? Leave a comment.
UPDATE: Here is the route
From the WNBR Facebook page
“And here we are! The Route for London 2012.
This route is more or less finalised, although with last-minute reconnaissance, some late changes *might* be made due to roadworks or other blockages.
You’ll note from the map that we’ve included some markers for ‘Pause Points’; this is to allow the ride to regroup after traffic lights or before major junctions, and to allow for photographs. We might only stay paused for a few minutes at these points, so bear with us! We want to remain as close a ‘Critical Mass’ as possible.
We’ve hosted this map on BikeMap as it’s very popular and allows you to download the GPS files from the site, which work with GPS, iPhone and various Android applications. (The BikeMap application is free for both formats)
In the next few days we’ll be adding approximate timings to the Route Map so stay tuned.
Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter too – @WNBRLondon for announcements in the days leading up to the ride and on the day itself.”
Route map HERE
A thrilling race today