|ICD-10 code||Cause of injury description: pedal cyclist injured in…*||Youths, ages 12–17||Adults, ages 18+|
|Annual average number of hospitalisations†||Traffic related (%) ‡||Annual average number of hospitalisations†||Traffic related (%) ‡|
|V10||Collision with pedestrian or animal||4||31.8||23||43.7|
|V11||Collision with other pedal cyclist||9||47.2||66||64.1|
|V12||Collision with 2-wheeled or 3-wheeled motor vehicle||1||75.0||8||82.2|
|V13||Collision with car, pick-up truck or van||94||95.9||513||97.1|
|V14||Collision with heavy transport vehicle or bus||6||97.1||29||98.3|
|V15||Collision with railway train or railway vehicle||0||–||2||76.9|
|V16||Collision with other non-motor vehicle||1||14.3||5||63.0|
|V17||Collision with fixed or stationary object||23||30.0||134||52.4|
|V18||Non-collision transport accident||512||29.5||1877||39.3|
|V19||Other and unspecified transport accidents||74||47.2||311||59.5|
|V10–19||All injury causes||724||40.8||2966||53.4|
*Note that although these codes refer to “pedal cyclist injured in transport accident”, all bicycling injuries are coded here, whether or not they involve transportation cycling or sport cycling.
†Includes all fourth character subdivision cause of injury codes=0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.
‡Traffic-related restricted to fourth character subdivision cause of injury codes=4, 5, 6, 9, that is, those that occur “on a public highway/road”.
ICD-10, International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision.