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Robert Kiserlovski, a Croatian professional bicycle racer for UCI ProTeam Fuji-Servetto, was fined for cycling too slowly on a local road near Bakrac, Istria on Saturday morning.
The daily Novi list has reported young Kiserlovski was fined 500 kunas or 68 Euros for cycling too slowly and 100 kunas or 13.7 Euros for not having any personal documents with him.
Kiserlovski said he had been training with his colleague Bojan Rafaj when a policeman stopped them for disturbing traffic. He told them they were too slow, but they claim that was not true.
Both cyclists said they were faster than most of the cars on the road. Kiserlovski said his average speed was 40 kilometres per hour.
He said it was the third time he had been stopped by a policeman.
Police refused to comment about the case.
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