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Bare to Breakers 2002

Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, United States
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Posted: June 16, 2002
People ran in the rain - naked and gladly!
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Red Baron's Report

I just returned from San Francisco with a few pictures from this year's Bay to Breakers event. The temperature was in the lower 50s and the rain was coming down really hard. It was a little windy, too. Despite the lousy weather there still were naked runners in the race. Everyone was soaking wet, but that really didn't seem to bother most people... they kept coming and coming in droves for about 3 hours. Bay to Breakers is not actually just a race, it is more like a parade where everyone walks at their own pace. Many are dressed in creative costumes, others don't wear anything at all. And when the college kids show up, the event feels like Mardi Gras.

Cocco's Event Report

San Francisco, California - A lot of people take part in the Bay to Breakers footrace in San Francisco, some of them run it in costume, some of them run it to win, and the Bare to Breakers run it bare naked!!

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Red Baron - Bare to Breakers 2002 - 38 images
Posted on: June 16, 2002
Event: Bare to Breakers
Event Type: Nude Run
Event Dates: Shoot Dates: May 19, 2002
Location: San Francisco, California, United States
Location Name: Golden Gate Park
Type: City Park
Gallery Category: Topless Beach - Nudism - Carnival - Creative
Gallery Rating: Topfreedom - Partial Nudity - Nudity / Topfreedom - Nudity - Explicit Nudity
Keywords: costume, , running/jogging

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