Thursday, October 20, 2005

Urban Cyclist Survey

Andy Outis is a design student working on his Master's Degree in Design at the school of Visual Arts in NYC. For his thesis project, Andy is designing a line of bike accessories which will directly address the needs and problems of the urban cyclist, a growing population which is underserved by the general bike industry at this point (the industry tends to favor more recreational pursuits, which are then adapted to urban cycling).
To help get a sense of what the general concerns of people who ride in the city are, as well as more specific ideas about the shortcomings of bike products, he has put together a short online survey. If you could take a few minutes to take this survey, and to forward this URL to any fellow bicyclists, it would help him out and we would greatly appreciate it.

The survey is located at:

urban bicycles



Blogger jim nachlin said...

Interesting survey, but I wonder if it will reach the typical urban cyclist, who rides for work. Seems the fact that most bike traffic in NY is commercial is not often addressed.

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