As reported by BikePortland, there were zero bike fatalities in 2013:
This isn’t a new feat for Portland: the city also avoided any bike-related fatalities in 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2008 and 2010. That’s a safety record that’s nearly unmatched from coast to coast.
San Jose, by comparison, was a bloodbath:
This has been a particularly dangerous year on roadways throughout San Jose, with 26 traffic fatalities involving a pedestrian or bicyclist — the highest total since at least 1997 and the most of any city in the Bay Area.
And the death toll in New York was over 100
cyclists pedestrians and cyclists.