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Date: Sat 16 Mar 2013
Time: 10am
Location: Russell Square, Northbridge, Perth

Ride Details

Where is Russell Square?

Here is a MAP (click the link)

What do I bring?

Bring your reliable bike, a helmet, sensible riding shoes, swimmers, some water, sunscreen, body paint and brushes to share and bring your friends. Arrive clothed please and have somewhere to carry your possessions during the ride like a luggage rack, milk crate, panniers or a bike basket.

Find out more

Join the Facebook event and invite all your friends.
In late February 2013, local activists from Perth began planning and discussing the 2013 WNBR using the Perth Facebook group. Members of that group volunteered as Perth Organisers. The date of the ride is Saturday the 16th of March 2013 . Please join the WNBR Perth Facebook group to get involved with planning, volunteer to help with the jobs of organising, register your support and keep your finger on the pulse of what promises to be a great big fun bike protest event.

Publicity: flyers, posters, images etc


Perth 2013 poster

Full sized version here:


Media enquiries for Perth: please message the WNBR Perth Organisers on facebook.



Discussion group/s

  • WNBR Perth Facebook group (this is the main discussion group for Perth)

Location information


Perth 2012

Date: Saturday 10 March 2012
Time: 3pm
Location: northbridge piazza on the grassy area with the big screen (corner of james & lake street)
For more information about the pre-ride planning, events and media see Perth 2012 page.


Some Perth cyclists organised a World Naked Bike Ride that began at 7am from Perth's Bell Tower on Saturday the 13th of March 2010 and went 80km. Unfortunately, they did not register the ride with WNBR Australia or even inform WNBR Australia. You can view the discussion about organising the ride on Australian Cycling Forums website. The riders were encouraged to register their event for official recognition but did not. Some discussion also occurred on Perth Mountain Bike Club forum and Western Australian Mountain Biking, Bike Trials and BMX forum.