The driver of a car which struck a group of cyclists, killing four of them, has been charged with having three defective tyres.
The cyclists were on a 60-mile Sunday ride when they were killed
The four cyclists from Rhyl Cycling Club were killed in January when a Toyota Corolla car skidded on ice on the A457 near Abergele, north Wales.
The accident happened in icy conditions on 8 January.
North Wales Police said the driver of the Corolla would appear before magistrates at a date yet to be set.
Maurice Broadbent, 61, from Rhuddlan, Dave Horrocks, 55, from Llanerch, Wayne Wilkes, 42, of Rhyl and Thomas Harland, 14, from Prestatyn, were killed in the crash naer Abergele.
Police had been called to another accident an hour before the crash
The cyclists were said to be riding in pairs and wearing helmets for a 60-mile trip between Great Orme and Llanrwst.
They were struck by a car travelling in the opposite direction shortly after 1000 GMT on the A547 Rhuddlan Road.
A spokeswoman for North Wales Police declined to name the man charged with driving with defective tyres, and said a time and venue for the case had not yet been set.