Naked cyclists took to the streets of Folkestone at the weekend as part of a global campaign.
The World Naked Bike Ride (WNBR) came to the town for the third time on Saturday but there were fewer people getting their kit off to raise awareness of cycle safety and demonstration against climate change.
The WNBR is held around the world and challenges drivers to pay more attention to cyclists by riding in the buff.
It is also vying to campaign against the reliance on gas and oil and celebrating the potential of cycling and enjoy the human body.
Although Saturday's event didn't attract as many people as planned due to downpours and delays on the M20 due to an accident.
About 20 turned up to the ride, which is one of 40 held throughout the UK.
Rain did not deter the riders setting off from the green on Shearway Road for the ride around the town which finished down by the Mermaid Cafe near the harbour.