**Warning: This video does include nudity but thanks to masterful fern placements and tricky camera angles we’ve kept things to a PG-13 rating. That being said, we can’t guarantee you won’t get weird looks from your boss if you watch this at work.**Supported by Race FacePhotography:
Ollie Jones & Kaz Yamamura
The World Naked Bike Ride is an international clothing-optional ride that brings together people of all walks of life and all shapes and sizes to “deliver a vision of a cleaner, safer, more body-positive world.” Held in over 120 cities spanning 40 countries, this ride has occurred yearly for the last 17 years.
In honour of the spirit of this ride, and to inspire and uplift any rider that has wanted to get out after it but didn’t quite feel like they fit into the mold of what they’ve seen out on the trails - the aggressive, the intense, or the intimidating - Race Face ambassadors Hailey Elise and Ollie Jones stripped down and bared it all for their latest shreddit.Riding Duff in the Buff
Simply being naked is vulnerable for anyone but we wanted to push it further. Coupling it with the high stakes of mountain biking adds another layer of exposure that can challenge a rider to change the way they ride, the way they read the terrain ahead, pushing them out of their comfort zone to create something different.
Whether you’re setting off on that first pedal or you’re a veteran rider rolling your favourite feature for the 100th time, we believe everyone deserves to feel safe and comfortable out on the trails.
|The most challenging part of this video was managing staying warm! It was the middle or March and rainy when we started. We had an assistant running around with blankets and jackets, a portable fire pit and a heater! Also, hiding bits creatively made every shot complicated. It was an incredible experience on so many levels. Once the initial getting naked was out of the way, it was funny/fun and quite liberating to be nude with your homies in the woods.—Hailey Elise|
Find a local ride to take part in over on the WNBR page here
Editor's note: sexualizing or being a creep towards these riders who are just out to have laugh will result in a ban. Also, complaining about being exposed to naked people after clicking on a video titled 'Huck Naked' will result in a ban too.
As an example (I could come up with a few more!): E-Bike Debate: Supporters of e-bikes are virtuous because they are fighting for the rights of the disabled. Therefore, people who don't support e-bikes are "elitist" and "privileged" for being able-bodied. No reasoned debate can follow.
What I like about this video was that it was stupid and fun. No message at all, other than, fly your freak flag and have fun. Life is short. Don't take it too seriously.
Edit: just a joke, please don't actually answer that.
And a thin layer of proper clothes goes a long long way in abrasion protection.
I will agree with that last sentence though. They're having fun and laughing their asses off. Win/Win. Clever way for Raceface to spin some low-key marketing too. Hey as long as you've got our pads on everything else is optional.
But the big question is how much chamois butter was used?
I’ll see myself out.
Two nuns, young and old, tell each other stories of how painful and dangerous bicycle accidents they have in their lives.
The young nun says that she felt the greatest pain in her life when she was riding on a bumpy road, the bike jumped, the saddle broke and the seat post was stuck in her b..t!
The elderly nun replied; sister, it's not that painful at all!
I used to ride my bike in the summer, wearing nothing under my habit, and at some point, my c......s twisted into my chain!
The pain was so great that I bit off the bell.
Meanwhile we have no issues showing/watching videos where guys shoot around with rifles and blow up things.
Also to show of their ugly asses and stupid fukn tattoos.
Not that i am opposed to individuals into freeballing it sunbathing in Rio or their designated spot on a beach or by a private pool., but a World wide public event and propagating such is not and should not be acceptable. No regard to others with children and modesty if encountered while they Parade around streets, trails, or any public lands .,
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