#NotTheWorldNakedBikeRide Photo Competition Results

WNBR London ran a programme of #NotTheWorldNakedBikeRide activities on Saturday 13th June 2020 in place of the postponed 17th annual ride. We wanted to keep attention on our campaign themes – and have a jolly good time doing it!

For the #NotTheWorldNakedBikeRide Photo Competition, people were asked to share pictures of what they were doing in place of riding with WNBR. You can see all the accepted entries in the #NotTheWorldNakedBikeRide Photo Gallery.

WNBR London Goody Bag

The winners received a WNBR London Goody Bag with seat cover, mug and badge.

Judge Richard declared four winners. These were based on the judges’ personal opinions and not influenced by the public vote.


Lucy illustrated how she particpated in our naked bike ride without leaving home. She had support from her mum and sister who voted for her. Due to a temporay glitch the system did not confirm the votes, so her sister kept clicking – over 200 times.

The judges said “Lucy is approximating to the bike ride, and the lighting is good.” The public seems to agree – the photo has had hundreds of likes on Twitter.

Ride on the balcony

Howard Smith

Howard is a keen WNBR supporter from Wales – illustrating how the virtual WNBR London activities had no geographic boundaries. His entry shows how our supporters chose a wide range of alternative activities. The judges’ verdict was “it’s the composition and every day nature of the activity that appeals”.

Howard is cleaning windows
Howard Smith Cleaning Windows

Esther Bunting and Steve Ritter

Esther and Steve did a two-person, isolation World Naked Bike Ride, starting alongside the A13 and exploring the marshy land alongside the Thames.

They contributed video, photos and a detailed blog: https://steveritterlife.com/2020/06/10/bmnbr2020/.

The judges said it was “more ambitious than anything anyone else did, it’s very specifically Not the WNBR, and combines a textual explanation with a very attractive bike ride”

WNBR Bowers Marsh 2020
WNBR Bowers Marsh 2020