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The New York Cycle Club (NYCC) is conducting a survey to gather bicycling accident information from a diverse population of cyclists. Anyone may submit one or more bicycling accident survey responses. Whether you had a minor or major accident, or observed one, live in New York or far away, you can take the survey:

http://www.nycc.org/ras/
 

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Excellent survey, thanks for posting. I wish I hadn't had an accident to report, but I did, so my survey response has been sent! I hope someone benefits from the study along the way.
 

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Thank you for the welcomed responses and feedback. American Samoa is indeed a part of the United States. We decided to list it under country instead of state, like the other respective USA territories and for city-states like the Vatican city. That's common practice, which conforms to an international standard (http://xml.coverpages.org/country3166.html).

Regarding the comment, "And why do I have to tell them where their club is?". There are two good reasons for this. There is a link on the survey page, next to the tell-me-where submit button that explains why this is so.

Allot of time and effort, including extensive testing, incorporating users of various cycling and web-browsing experience, went into the survey design. The survey was designed, respecting your time, getting you through the survey as quickly and efficiently as possible. For instance, most folks complete the survey in a couple of minutes while answering upwards of a few dozen, detailed survey questions.

While now busy getting the word out about the survey (thanks for your help), we also have a couple of volunteers currently translating the survey into German and French. Hopefully other volunteers will come on board and the survey will be available in other languages as well.

Indeed. I hope, too, someone benefits from the study along the way. That's completely the intent. The survey results will be analyzed, published, and made freely available on the nycc.org
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Peter O’Reilly
nycc.org survey team-member


http://www.nycc.org/ras/
 
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