Injury rate of pedalcyclists in U.S. traffic crashes 2009, by age and gender

The statistic shows the injury rate of pedalcyclists in U.S. traffic crashes in 2009, by age and gender. In that year, the injury rate of male pedalcyclists aged between 25 and 34 was 399 per million population.

Injury rate of pedalcyclists in U.S. traffic crashes in 2009, by age and gender*

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Release date

2010

Region

United States

Survey time period

2009

Supplementary notes

Pedalcyclists are defined as bicyclists and other cyclists, including riders of two-wheel nonmotorized vehicles, tricycles, and unicycles powered solely by pedals.
Age groups <5 and 75+: less than 500 injured, injury rate not shown.
* Rate per million population.
** Female: less than 500 injured, injury rate not shown.

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