Naked cyclists took to the streets of Mexico City, the megacity of more than 20 million people, in an attempt to raise awareness about the indiscriminate use of the automobile.
Several of them walked on crowded avenues of the capital, like the main avenue Paseo de la Reforma, totally naked or with underwear and only using their helmets, caps or traditional Mexican wrestling masks.
Some of them brought slogans such as "Take care of the cyclist" painted on their naked bodies or the acronym "WNBR" (worldwide naked bicycle ride, for its acronym in English).
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