Photos: Fremont Solstice Parade, Naked Bikers and … Donald Trump!?

Combining nudity, bicycles and political satire the way only the Center of the Universe can.

The Fremont Solstice Parade returned in usual form Saturday, combining nudity, bicycles and political satire the way only the Center of the Universe can.

Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren got these shots.

Onlookers turn into participants as they await a giant inflatable ball to run over them.

Susaphone player Logan Pendergrass with the Ten Man Brass Band dances along with a man in the street.

Susaphone player Logan Pendergrass with the Ten Man Brass Band dances along with a man in the street.

Susaphone player Logan Pendergrass with the Ten Man Brass Band dances along with a man in the street.

A couple dances as a brass group plays at Gasworks Park after the parade.

A couple dances as a brass group plays at Gasworks Park after the parade.

A couple dances as a brass group plays at Gasworks Park after the parade.

A couple dances as a brass group plays at Gasworks Park after the parade.

A couple dances as a brass group plays at Gasworks Park after the parade.

Wearing the infamous red cap and tie, a performer imitating Trump and carrying a big brick wall provokes a reaction from an onlooker.

Gawkers take in the nudity as painted bikers ride by.

Gawkers take in the nudity as painted bikers ride by.

Riders ply the parade route.

Sporting a souped up bike creation, a few riders get their Star Wars on.

Sporting a souped up bike creation, a few riders get their Star Wars on.

Sporting a souped up bike creation, a few riders get their Star Wars on.

A dancer from Bloco Pacifico performs during the parade.

Donning an extensive head piece, a stilt walker smiles for the camera.

Onlookers have a fake argument with Trump impersonators and their giant brick wall.

Dressed as Mayor Ed Murray, a group pretends to sweep homeless out of the city.

Dressed as Mayor Ed Murray, a group pretends to sweep homeless out of the city.

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