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According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there were 467,000 bicycle accident injuries in 2015, resulting in lifetime medical costs and productivity losses of $10 billion. In 2016, there were 840 bicycle crash-related fatalities in the U.S.
Motor vehicle accidents cause 90% of bike accident deaths and are the most likely to result in catastrophic injury, simply because they are larger, heavier, and faster than a bicycle. Additionally, cyclists do not have as much protection as someone inside a car.
Some of the most common causes of collisions are:
Other bicycle injury causes are: