had bicycled in the last six months, versus 39 percent of those in the $50,000-$100,000 bracket, 25 percent earning $25,000-$50,000, and 20 percent of those with household income under $25,000. Results from the survey showed a difference in bicycling rates according to the type of dwelling occupied-- 39 percent of those occupying single family homes bicycled, compared to 24 percent of apartment dwellers.
Bicyclists who had attained higher levels of education reported bicycling most often – 42 percent for those with a four-year college or graduate degree, 33 percent for those who had attended some college , 31 percent for high school graduates, and 24 percent for those who did not complete high school.
What about kids?
Respondents were asked if they had children under the age of 18 in their household. Interestingly, half of those respondents with children under the age of 18 reported bicycling, versus only 28 percent for respondents with no children.
Those with children were then asked a few questions about their children’s bicycling habits. Only two percent of households with one or two children reported that their kids bicycled to school. Asked how often their children bicycled outdoors, 14 percent said daily, 26 percent said several times a week, 14 percent said once a week, and 13 percent said