A man has been charged after a woman was knocked off a tandem and injured.
Police confirmed they had charged the 27-year-old man following the collision in Rosyth on Saturday March 19.
The woman had been riding the bike in the Admiralty Road area when she was involved in an accident with a black car.
She suffered a serious injury to her wrist and needed treatment at Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline.
Officers traced the 27-year-old this week and a report will now be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Sergeant Hilary McKinlay from Dunfermline police appealed for witnesses.