Off-Road Mountain Biking: A profile of participants, setting and preferences, by Gordan Cessford, 1995
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APPENDICES


Apart from including the survey questionnaire and some necessary descriptive information, these appendices include most the results of the extra analyses undertaken to identify the effects of different factors on the results. These included the degree to which self-rated experience levels were representative of the other experience indicators in the results, the differences in response according to rider gender, differences according to rider experience levels, and differences according to the importance of racing to the riders.

Full inclusion of these results was inappropriate in the main text. Instead, the main text includes references to the results in appendices where necessary. Also, the tables presented in some of these appendices are more complex and cluttered than would be acceptable in the main text. This is because their main purpose is to convey the extra information provided by these extra analyses in as compact a form as possible. It is expected that readers with a particular interest in certain topics amongst the appendices will be willing to draw out the key items of interest to themselves.

CONTENTS

  1. Mountain Bike Questionnaire
  2. Differences between 'racers' and 'non-racers'
  3. Riding sites used around Wellington
  4. Differences between Male and Female riders
  5. Validity of self-rated experience
  6. The top-ranked features of mountain biking (by experience groups)
  7. Preferences for setting attributes (by experience groups)
  8. Favourite riding conditions: total list (by experience groups)
  9. Attitudes to opinion statements (by experience groups)


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