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Lingerie-clad women ride through the streets of Sydney to celebrate being single on Valentine’s Day

Not your average bikie gang! Women strip down to their lingerie and hit the city on MOTORBIKES to celebrate being single on Valentine’s DayLingerie label Honey Birdette’s latest campaign is certain to get hearts racingIn honour of Valentine’s Day a group of stunning women donned their knickersThey drove on motorbikes through Sydney’s city on the afternoon of February 13The move was to celebrate single women and equality on the day of love 

Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia

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07:46 GMT, 14 February 2019

A bold group of women have ridden through Sydney on motorbikes wearing nothing but lingerie to show that single women can have fun on Valentine’s Day.  

Donning pieces from Honey Birdette, the group of models and shop assistants took to the streets of the CBD on Wednesday leaving hundr of onlookers shocked.

They group also wore jackets emblazoned with #NotYourValentine – aimed at empowering women.

Honey Birdette decided to show off their wares in the bright light of day on Wednesday, getting models and shop assistants alike to ride around on the back of motorcycles in Sydney’s CBD

Naturally the all-female bikie gang caused a spectacle in the city centre.

People paused on their lunch break to snap photos of the girls who were waving and standing up on the bike footrests at the traffic lights, astride their Ducati bikes.

‘You ladies are amazing! I love the confidence and the internet breaking ideas,’ a woman wrote on their Instagram page.

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People paused on their lunch break to snap photos of the girls who were waving and standing up at the traffic lights astride their Ducati bikes

‘You ladies are amazing! I love the confidence and the internet breaking ideas,’ a woman wrote on their Instagram page

‘Genuine art! This brand just has my total and complete respect,’ another added.

A third tagged her friend and said: ‘This drove straight past work today when I was coming back from my lunch break. I was SO confused!’

The impromptu flash mob was designed to celebrated the empowerment of women.

A third tagged her friend and said: ‘This drove straight past work today when I was coming back from my lunch break. I was SO confused!’

‘It sends a message that single women can have an amazing Valentine’s Day too,’ the company explained

‘It sends a message that single women can have an amazing Valentine’s Day too,’ the company explained.

They began on York Street before making their way down the main row of shops on Pitt and George Street.   

The latest collection the ladies were wearing is now being sold in stores and online. 

They began on York Street before making their way down the main row of shops on Pitt and George Street

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