Cycling Fatality Statistics
People are increasingly bicycling to commute, for exercise, and for fun. As you might expect, because cyclists are exposed (as opposed to enclosed with a frame around them like in a car) when a crash occurs between a vehicle and a bike, it’s the cyclist who is most likely to be injured. Between 2017 and 2018 there was a more than 6% increase in cycling fatalities in the United States. Here are some key statistics about cycling fatalities:
CYCLISTS KILLED IN TRAFFIC CRASHES IN THE UNITED STATES IN 2018
CYCLISTS KILLED IN TRAFFIC CRASHES IN CALIFORNIA, THE STATE WITH THE SECOND HIGHEST NUMBER OF CYCLIST FATALITIES, IN 2017
AVERAGE AGE OF CYCLISTS KILLED IN TRAFFIC CRASHES IN 2017
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