More than 1,000 people are expected to take part in the World Naked Bike Ride when it returns to the streets of London later today.
The ride, which aims to raise awareness of cycling safety issues, will start from six different points around the capital this afternoon.
These include West Norwood, Tower Hill, Kings Cross, Regent's Park and Hyde Park.
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If you've got a head for heights you can already abseil down Britain's tallest sculpture at the Olympic Park - and soon you might be able to slide down it too.
Plans have been drawn up to turn the Orbit into a giant Helter Skelter. If given the go-ahead, the spiral design would take in five circuits of the famous sculpture, before a final speedy descent to the ground.
We are committed to ensuring our visitors have the best possible day out every time they visit Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and as with all our venues we are constantly exploring ways to ensure we are leading the way with the latest visitor experience.
The addition of a slide would be an exciting and alternative way to descend from the viewing platforms, and will give a different perspective of Britain’s tallest sculpture.