Hundreds of naked cyclists are set to streak through Manchester city centre.
Onlookers will be able to catch an eye-full of the crowd of bare bikers as they ride through the city’s streets at 7pm tonight (Friday).
Setting off from All Saints Park on Oxford Road, the group of male and female cyclists will whizz past Albert Square and on to Deansgate before heading past Deansgate Locks to the finishing line back at the park.
The bizarre annual cycle, now in its tenth year, is being organised by the team behind the North West...
North West Velo Fest is a free cycling festival aimed at the everyday cyclist and those who might want to cycle but might not have had the opportunity.
Taking place over 10 days from Friday 3 June to Sunday 12 June, with free events to suit everyone, young and old alike.
The festival is now in its 5th year and is organised entirely by volunteers to celebrate all sides of cycling; it’s not just for the racers. Events include social rides, treasure hunts, free bike fixing, bike polo, and the...
New bike lanes created as part of a £1bn city centre redesign have made the roads MORE dangerous, according to safe cycling campaigners.
The new Portland Street cycle lanes , which were supposed to make the city centre more bike-friendly, only opened three weeks ago but are already coming under fire because buses have to cut directly across them to turn into Piccadilly.
A green bike lane is also positioned right in the middle of a bus stop and narrow lane of traffic - which cyclists say causes problems as buses are parking...