Council apologises to cycling clubs over Velolife meeting controversy but warns it could take action that would ‘threaten the future of the café’

The owner of Velolife café has said its ‘existence hangs in the balance’ after the council has targeted cyclists

The council at the centre of a controversy over cyclists meeting at a café has apologised to cycling clubs for the threat of legal action, but still warned that it could take action that “threatens the future of the café.”

Cycling themed café Velolife near Reading received a notice from The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council, banning cyclists from meeting outside because they “cause a nuisance to nearby residents.”

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