"¡Vamos en Bici!": Exploring the Relationship between Spanish Cyclist Characteristics and Crashes

Sergio A. Useche, Francisco Alonso, Mireia Faus, Oscar Oviedo-TrespalaciosConference room

  • This study examined the association between fundamental user characteristics and self-reported cycling behaviors in Spain.
  • 335 Spanish cyclists were involved in this research on cycling behavior and safety.
  • A higher self-rated cycling performance was positively linked to the frequency of riding errors and traffic violations.
  • There are significant relationships between Spanish riders' characteristics, their cycling behaviors, and their crashes.
  • This study highlights the role of mental health issues and risk perception on cyclists' crash involvement.

Mon 19:50 - 00:00