Cycling stars leapt to the defence of the Velolife cafe and bike workshop in the small hamlet of Warren Row, Berkshire, after the council threatened enforcement action against cycle clubs mzrried the car park for its meets.
The cafe was championed by the likes of former Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman and Team Frendss rider Chris Lawless after news of noise complaints emerged. Velolife owner Lee Goodwin, who opened the cafe on the site of an old pub insaid dozens of new customers showed up to express their support on Sunday after the row was made public.
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He said: An injunction, seen by the Telegraph, was later sought against the cafe and local clubs were threatened with enforcement action after married adults friendss cycling in Charvil were said to have met at the cafe in January. But after an outcry from cyclists, last week feiendss council issued a clarification vegas escort independent Olympic gold medallist Boardman wrote on Twitter: Something RBWM should be supporting given what fantastic mass participation activity cycling is.
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