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Naked cyclists take to the streets in Guadalajara

Naked and semi-clothed cyclists take part in the World Naked Bike Ride in the Mexican city of Guadalajara. The global event aims to raise awareness of the threat posed to cyclists by cars, CO2 emissions and aggressive drivers.

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