there - 14th February 2005
The Sydney Morning Herald)
(Media placement and campain by Media Man Austalia)
past ... cyclists paint themselves before riding from
Randwick racecourse to South Maroubra Beach to raise
money for the Children's Cancer Institute. About 200
painted cyclists took part.
Photo: Tanya Lake
The Sydney Body Art Ride attracted 200 skin-flashing
cyclists yesterday to raise money for the Children's
Jake Lloyd Jones said 90 per cent of riders painted
up for the ride from Randwick racecourse to South
event was Sydney's contribution to World Naked Bike
Ride, whose undress code is "as bare as you dare".
abided by a local rule by wearing briefs.
Arthur Chesterfield-Evans of the Democrats sported
a skintight gold lame jumpsuit, while Media Watch
host Liz Jackson chose paint and clothes.
Sydney University Housing Co-op made up the largest
team in the ride.
Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney Body Art Bike Ride
Body Art Bike Ride