According to new census data, Portland's bike commuter scene is past its prime.
To be fair, the figure is still high for a U.S. city, and the survey only reflects respondents for whom biking is their primary mode of travel to work.
Still, it represents a shift for a city that prides itself on its bike culture, and where bike commuter numbers have typically either gone up or remained the same.
This year's numbers are a steep drop from 2014, when Portlanders who commute by bike peaked at 7.2 percent. The last two years have been stagnant at around 6 percent.
The majority of this year's respondents said they drive to work alone.