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About a hundred naked cyclists, some sporting strategically-placed body paint, took to the streets of Mexico City on Saturday (June 08) to protest the car culture in the teeming megalopolis and demand cyclist rights.
Traffic came to a standstill and onlookers gasped or took photographs as the bare cyclists streamed past Mexico City's famous landmarks.
The main gripes of the procession were "rights for bikes," the environment, and Mexico City's chaotic streets.
With an estimated 8 million vehicles clogging city streets on an average day, bikers face significant risk navigating in traffic.
Mexico City, one of the world's biggest cities, has sought to develop a bike culture in recent years.
It has launched an ambitious bike sharing program for citizens and installed bike lanes.
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