Profiling Attendees of Minnesota Bicycling Events

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Profiling Attendees of Minnesota Bicycling Events

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2017

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University of Minnesota Tourism Center

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This study profiled Minnesota bicycling event visitors using an online survey. Most visitors were male, middle-aged, white, and repeat attendees. Visitors were mostly from Minnesota and surrounding upper-Midwest states. Satisfied with the events, visitors enjoyed the ride, the scenic route, social interaction, and physical activity. An average visitor spent $121.20 per day during the event.

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Minnesota Department of Transportation.

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Qian, Xinyi; Tuck, Brigid. (2017). Profiling Attendees of Minnesota Bicycling Events. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/188320.

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