Cyclists who ignore no-cycling signs will be fined £50 in Windsor and Eton

Thames Valley Police will hand out fines to cyclists who ride in no cycling areas in response to recent incidents

PCSO Lizzy Davidson of the Windsor Town Centre Neighbourhood Policing Team.

(Image credit: Thames Valley Police)

Cyclists who ignore no cycling signs or ride the wrong way down one-way streets in Windsor and Eton, Berkshire, risk being handed a £50 fine from Wednesday (November 1).

Thames Valley Police announced the move after several recent incidents involving cyclists, notably a four-year-old boy who broke his arm, lost a tooth and received other injuries after being hit by a cyclist on Peascod Street, Windsor.

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