Cycling Injuries Research Study

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Cycling Injuries Research Study

There is a new study underway at Rhode Island Hospital to collect data about people who

ride their bikes for fitness, fun, competition, commuting or delivery of goods and services.

The study is one of only a few to focus specifically on cycling injuries. Our goal is to help improve and promote cycling for health and transportation.

Information will be collected via an online confidential survey. Participants will be anonymous.

This study is being done in conjunction with the Brown University School of Medicine and is being led by Mark Greve, MD.  Mark happens to be the new faculty sponsor of the Brown Cycling Club.  I’d encourage everyone to take a few minutes and fill out the online survey.

2 thoughts on - Cycling Injuries Research Study

  • j-dawg
    Reply Apr 8, 2008 at 9:41 pm

    Man, that was one dumb-ass survey!

  • Bruce
    Reply Apr 9, 2008 at 5:44 am

    It was done with me as soon as I indicated that I had no injury in the last year. Was this the design or just the last question?

    Over 28 years of racing and riding I've had use injuries, crash injuries and one significant head injury (answers a lot of questions for those who know me, doesn't it?). I was surprised by the shallow scope.

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