Bikers ride through the French Quarter Saturday, June 10, 2017, during the ninth annual World Naked Bike Ride in New Orleans. Organizers say the ride, with the theme, 'I am Not a Target,' is to call attention to bike safety and to promote clean air by bicycling to work and play.

There are typically no rules when it comes to attire for the annual World Naked Bike Ride in New Orleans Saturday.

There is, however, a caveat this year, according to a Gambit report.

The report said organizers of the big ride, which starts at Mickey Markey Park in the Bywater at 5 p.m., encourage riders to go "as bare as you dare" for this year's ride on the ride's Facebook page, but riders should comply with any complaints from the New Orleans Police Department.

"Last year the police informed us that if they saw any male genitalia that they would be unhappy," the post said. "While nobody was arrested, several people were warned. You are being warned now. Go as bare as you dare, but DO NOT FIGHT THE POLICE!"

The post argues that non-compliance could put the future of the ride in jeopardy, and that while no one has been arrested in the ride's 10-year history, New Orleans is not a nude-friendly city. 

You can read Gambit's full report here.