BICYCLE ACCIDENT: What is the third most frequent type of bike accident at an intersection?

A bicyclists failure to yield.

This problem represents 7.1% of all intersection accidents. The cyclist stops at the intersection, which may be either controlled or uncontrolled by a traffic signal, and then rides into the intersection without yielding.  This could be because he or she did not see the car or misjudged the car’s distance or speed. Often, the cyclist is young, and inexperienced.  Usually, inn these bike accidents, the cyclist is usually at fault.