The 13th annual WNBR-STL has been postponed to July 17, 2021 due to the pandemic.
Over the last few months, as COVID-19 has tightened its grip on the world and St. Louis, we have all been faced with many new difficult and life altering realities and decisions.
After deep consideration and many conversations, the WNBR-STL planning team has made the difficult decision to postpone the 13th annual World Naked Bike Ride – St. Louis to July 17, 2021.
The safety and experience of our riders has always been the most important focus for us and we feel the decision to postpone to 2021 is the right one and is in everyone’s best interest. The event takes 6 months to plan and thousands of dollars to execute. Based on the extreme disruption the pandemic has had, we simply don’t feel that it is feasible or responsible for us to move forward and put the safety of riders, crew, and community at risk.
While we all wish we could joyfully ride through STL as always, instead we’ll plan on making the 2021 ride even better and truly look forward to safely enjoying it with all of you.
And in an effort to keep the spirit of the World Naked Bike Ride alive, keep you moving and elevate your spirit a bit, we invite you to join us on social media for a series of fun weekly activities you can participate in on your own time with just your bike, that beautiful engine that is your body, a helmet and a mask of course! The first challenge will be posted next week, so please stay tuned, stay strong and stay healthy!
Tatyana, Andrea & Michael
- Gather at 4pm
- Costume contest at 5pm
- Ride at 6pm
- Live entertainment 8pm
Location: The Grove neighborhood (Manchester Ave between Sarah and Talmage St.)
Please note, if you get tired during the ride, feel free to break off at Chouteau and Broadway and head back to the Grove via Chouteau. Just note you will be on your own if you do.
No photos without consent. Absolutely no inappropriate/lewd behavior or harassment will be permitted. Please help us in making this a safe and empowering event for all!
We ask that photographers and press to register by the stage and help create a safe space by being respectful and asking CONSENT to photograph, and encouraging others to do so!
* Ride at your own risk. WNBR assumes no responsibility for any injuries that may take place during the ride