A naked bike ride is being held across London this Saturday (June 10).

The World Naked Bike Ride in London has taken place annually since 2004, with the exception of 2020 when the ride was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Tomorrow (June 10), the ride starts at points in Clapham Junction, Croydon, Deptford, Kew Bridge, Regents Park, Tower Hill, and Wellington Arch.

The bike ride has been alerted to the risk of a disruptive demonstration in Victoria Park, so it’s unable to provide a start in the park this year.

Tower Hamlets Council has asked that riders start from Tower Hill instead.

Other alternative starts include Wellington Arch and Deptford.

Below are the timings and meeting points across London

Clapham Junction

Start: Grant Road, SW11 2NU

Gather 2.30pm

Ride 2.45pm


Start: 233 Shirley Church Road, CR0 5AB

Gather: 11am

Ride: 1pm


Start: Matchstick Piehouse, SE8 5HD

Gather: 12pm

Ride: 2pm

Kew Bridge

Start: North end of Kew Bridge near W4 3NQ

Gather: 1.15pm

Ride: 1.30pm

Regents Park Start: Outer Circle, near NW1 4NA

Gather: 2.35pm

Ride: 2.50pm

Tower Hill

Start: Trinity Square Gardens, EC3N 4DJ

Gather: 1.45pm

Ride: 2.45pm

Victoria Park

Cancelled due to the risk of disruption in the park.

Wellington Arch

Start: Hyde Park Corner W1J 7JZ

Gather: 2.15pm

Ride 2.45pm

Accessible Option

Start: North entrance to St John's Church Gardens, Secker St, SE1 8UF

Gather: 3.15pm

Ride: 3.45pm

The weather is predicted to be hot and sunny with a chance of showers, so riders are encouraged to bring water, sun cream, and a waterproof bag for their valuables.

The most popular start at Hyde Park is not available this year, as The Royal Parks are closing the area so they can park vehicles for a commercial venture.

As a result, the start will be at Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner.

There is also an accessible option for riders who are less able to do the full ride.

The routes merge into a 1,000+ rider peloton; last year, the ride had 1,003 riders.

The World Naked Bike Ride in London has taken place annually since 2004, with Organises have reminded riders to be “well behaved” as the aim of the bike ride is to be a “peaceful, lawful, campaign”.

This year there will also be an afterparty, which is now sold out at its 350 capacity.