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Table 1 Characteristics for bicyclists involved in bicycle-vehicle Crashes in Ohio, United States, 2013–2017

From: A cross-sectional study of characteristics of bicyclist upper and lower extremity injuries in bicycle-vehicle crashes in Ohio, United States, 2013–2017

Characteristic N Percent (%)
Bicyclist age category, year
 3–14 years 1598 24.8
 15–24 years 1843 28.6
 25–44 years 1420 22.0
 45–64 years 1331 20.6
 65+ years 259 4.0
Bicyclist sex
 Male 5229 81.1
 Female 1222 18.9
Driver age category, year
 16–24 years 1051 16.3
 25–44 years 2267 35.1
 45–64 years 2109 32.7
 65+ years 1024 15.9
Driver sex
 Male 3475 53.9
 Female 2976 46.1
Vehicle body style
 Passenger car 3680 57.0
 Light truck, passenger van, SUV 2708 42.0
 Large truck 63 10.0
Vehicle model year
  ≤ 1999 816 12.6
 2000–2006 2442 37.9
 2007–2011 1746 27.1
  ≥ 2012 1447 22.4
Number of bicyclists
 Single-bicyclist crash 6259 97.0
 Multiple-bicyclist crash 192 3.0
Intersection related
 Not intersection related 2560 39.7
 Intersection related 3891 60.3
Weather condition
 Non-adverse weather condition 5985 92.8
 Adverse weather condition 466 7.2
Time-of-day
 Daytime (6:00 am-5:59 pm) 5092 78.9
 Nighttime (otherwise) 1359 21.1
Time-of-travel
 Rush hour (7 am-9:59 am and 3 pm-6:59 pm Mon-Fri) 2577 39.9
 Non-rush hour (otherwise) 3874 60.1
Day-of-week
 Weekend (6 pm Fri-5:59 am Mon) 1679 26.0
 Weekday (otherwise) 4772 74.0
Quarter
 Quarter 1(January–March) 507 7.9
 Quarter 2 (April–June) 2006 31.1
 Quarter 3 (July–September) 2735 42.4
 Quarter 4 (October–December) 1203 18.6
Year-of-crash
 2013 1317 20.4
 2014 1315 20.4
 2015 1265 19.6
 2016 1280 19.8
 2017 1274 19.7
Total No. bicyclists 6451 100.0
  1. Data source: Ohio Department of Public Safety