Wiltshire Police will be running operations in North and West Swindon from this week in response to complaints about anti-social motorcyclists in Pinehurst, Penhill and Abbey Meads.
In previous years, spring and summer have seen an increase in incidents involving irresponsible bikers.
From this week, Roads Policing Unit and West and North Swindon Neighbourhood Policing Teams will be working together on special days of action as well as stepping up patrols generally.
There will be off-road motorcycle patrols, foot patrols and unmarked cars to deter potential offenders and deal with anyone found breaking the law.
The type of offences we would expect are:
Driving without insurance and/or driving licence
Driving off road
Careless/inconsiderate driving as well as excess speed
Stolen mopeds or motorcycles
Offenders will get fixed penalty notices or court summons and vehicles will be seized.
Acting Police Sergeant Gavin Brewster and Community Beat Manager for Swindon North, PC Steff England, hope the message will get out early.
Sgt Brewster said: “We want to deter people from using their mini-motos, mopeds, motorcycles or quad bikes in public areas in an anti-social manner.
“There is a real risk of people getting seriously injured when these vehicles are misused.
“We would ask parents to think very seriously – before they buy their children these machines – about where they can lawfully use them.
“If people do not have a driving licence, insurance and MoT, their bikes can only be used on private land with the land owner’s permission.
“We would like bikers to put themselves in the position of residents in these affected areas and consider how upsetting and annoying their behaviour can be.”