It is a truth universally acknowledged — well, okay, at least 98 percent acknowledged — that things can get rather awkward when you run into a naked person riding a bike. In early June, however, the organizers of Philadelphia’s annual Naked Bike Ride informed the Associated Press that this year the urban unclothed could have at least some anonymity: While riders will not be required to don shorts, nor any scrap of traditional clothing, nor even a really, really, really long pair of socks, they will be asked to wear a face mask. Naked. On a bike. Outside.
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