Zach Robertson told The Bellingham Herald a lot of people have told him their body is not good enough to expose.
The ride draws attention to bicycle safety and is an opportunity to talk about issues with fossil fuels and body image.
About 120 people participated in last yearís naked bike ride in Bellingham.
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