Surrey Police have noted that there has been a large increase in cyclists in the area since Wiggins won Olympic gold last week.
Motorists have been asked to take extra caution as many enthusiasts are trying to emulate Wiggins by riding along the Olympic cycle routes in Surrey.
The Surrey Police force posted on Twitter: "Planning a nice drive in the Surrey Hills? There will be more cyclists than usual out there so expect them."
They added: "Great to see people enjoying the Olympic road race route yesterday [August 4]. Remember - Bradley had closed roads, so take it easy."
Cycling campaigners in Surrey have now put out a warning for a "Wiggins effect" riding boom.
Hotels in the area have already begun taking bookings for 2013 from cyclists who are looking to ride on the Olympic routes, reports BBC News.
The 9.6-mile (15.5km) Olympics route takes riders from the Mall, through west London, to Surrey and back.
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