Cycling cafe still searching for solution despite council's 'constructive' talks with British Cycling

The local authority faced a backlash after cyclists and the café were threatened with legal action

The council that threatened legal action against cyclists meeting at a cycling café has been involved in talks with British Cycling and Cycling UK over the controversy, but there is still no solution in sight for the owner.

Velolife in Berkshire has been embroiled in a legal battle with Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM) council after the authority tried to ban cyclists from meeting there, saying riders “cause a nuisance to nearby residents.”

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