The number of people who make a living riding bicycles is growing.
But the exact number is hard to pin down.
It’s not clear how much a bicycle’s value is, and how much profit is made from a bicycle on the street.
This article uses data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to estimate the annual average earnings of an average rider.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics data comes from the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, a part of the U,S.
The BLS estimates the average earnings for every worker on a given job.
A rider typically earns $14.40 an hour.
But that figure excludes sales and tips.
To get an idea of how much an average person makes, the BLS provides data on the average monthly rent for a one-bedroom apartment in New York City, for example.
According to the B, the average person rents an average of $1,600.
It also provides data for the cost of transportation for a rider to work.
The average rider pays about $2,400 for that service, according to the Bureau of Statistics.
In total, that means that a rider makes $15,800 an year.
That includes about $10,600 for fuel and other expenses.
A person who rides bikes for 15 minutes a day earns $1.00 per minute, according the Bureau.
That works out to $2.14 an hour in wages and benefits.
That’s $11.10 per hour.
If you add up all the earnings for a bike rider over the course of the year, you get an estimated $18,800 per year.
And if you divide that number by the number of hours a person rides each day, you see that rider earns about $20,000 a year.