Cyclists are being stopped by police as part of an 'educational' operation.
Since Monday, Thames Valley Police have been stopping cyclists during the morning and evening rush hour at the junction between Queen Street and King Street in Maidenhead.
They are being quizzed on where the no cycling zones start and end as part of an operation to stop them contravening no cycling zones in the town centre.
More than 10 successful stops have being made so far with the operation set to continue until Monday.
It will then be resumed in January when police will return to the same place and issue fines to anyone flouting the rules.
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