Yeah i arrived at the same conclusion - subject verb issue and thus eliminated B, C and D.
(E) Out of every four owners of automobiles in the United States, bicycles are also owned by three.
However why is E wrong? It just sounds wrong. Is anything gramatically wrong with it besides the fact that it uses passive voice?
If you want a specific incorrect item, (E) changes bicycle to plural bicycles. That somewhat changes the meaning of the sentence enough to probably rule it out (surely each of those 3 out of 4 people do not own multiple
bicycles?) Maybe not wrong, but definitely ambiguous and imprecise.
Aside from that, (E) is constructed to be clumsy and uneconomical with the unnecessary passive voice, "owners of automobiles" instead of "automobile owners", the wordy inverted "out of every four..." instead of the simple and direct "3 out of 4" phraseology, which has been common for decades at least, thanks to commercials.
And "bicycles are also" is a weird construction when in reality it is the "owners" who also
do something ... bicycles haven't done anything yet at that point in the sentence, so how can they be introduced as also