Huddersfield cyclists can joins hundreds of others set to strip off and pedal through the streets of Manchester.
The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) has become a regular feature in the city’s social calendar and is this year celebrating its tenth anniversary.
And organisers say they will again ditch their clothes for the special event aimed at raising awareness of the danger of cycling and the 'car centric culture' in the city.
Last year more than 300 people take part in the event, part of the North West Velo festival.
Being held on Friday, June 10, this year’s ride will again being at All Saints on Oxford Road.
The route will then take the naked riders right through Manchester city centre passing key landmarks such as Albert Square, the N orthern Quarter and Canal Street, before finishing back at Oxford Road.
The organisers say: “The WNBR is a fun way to show that cycling is inclusive and is suitable for all, while also highlighting cyclist’s fragility and that when a cyclist is hit by a vehicle they have little protection from the impact and might as well be naked!
“It has always got an amazing reception from the people of Manchester with cheers from the people watching, with many people wishing they had taken part.
“It encourages people to ride naked as a bold statement to highlight rider’s vulnerability, but riders can participate on a dare as you bare basis.
"We encourage participants to decorate their body and use it to show why they are riding.”
Riders will meet from at 5pm at the park where there will be body painting, coffee stands and music.
The ride will then depart at 7pm accompanied by sound systems.
North West Velo fest is a celebration of cycling that runs from Friday, June 3, until Sunday, June 12, and features a range of cycle events which encourages new riders to get on their bikes and try something new.