A few week’s ago, I covered the Vancouver Naked Bike Ride. It was an enlightening experience.
Aside from the great interviews, I was struck by the following observations:
- naked people are bizarre for about 10 minutes, then it becomes so normal you barely notice
- there’s something very beautiful about complete inhibition to social code
- looking around it’s entirely obvious we’re utterly dependent on cars, and it’s interesting to think how we let it get this way
- it may be fun to join the ride next year
What do you think of the naked bike ride? Share your thoughts in the comments!