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Biking Time For 10 Miles Statistics

The average biking time for 10 miles is approximately 45-60 minutes, depending on factors such as terrain and individual fitness level.

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"Professional bikers can complete 10 miles in about 20 minutes."

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"For mountain bikers, the travel speed can drop to 6 - 14 mph, taking about 45-90 minutes for 10 miles."

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"According to the British Cycling, amateur road cyclist average between 12 - 24 m.p.h, It takes 25 – 50 minutes to complete 10 miles."

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"In a city, an average cyclist can reach a speed of 12.5 mph, taking about 48 minutes for 10 miles."

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"Power to weight ratio impacts the amount of time it takes for a cyclist to cover 10 miles. Heavier cyclists with fewer watts of power take more time."

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"Cyclists who do interval training can cover 10 miles in less time than others."

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"Cycling at a pace of 14-15.9 mph, it would take roughly 40 to 42 minutes to complete ten miles."

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"Hilly terrains can add an extra 5-10 minutes or more to finish 10 miles depending on the cyclist’s condition and the degree of slope."

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"A person travelling at 15 mph would cover 10 miles in approximately 40 minutes."

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"A bicyclist riding at a speed of 16-19 mph will finish 10 miles in approximately 31 to 37 minutes."

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"In a triathlon, the average speed for the bike section for age-group athletes lies between 13-18 mph; thus they cover a 10-mile distance between 33 and 46 minutes."

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"USA Cycling's road races, Category 4 men (beginners) tend to average 20-22 mph, it means they take about 27 to 30 minutes to cover 10 miles."

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"Women cyclists, in general, tend to cycle at an average speed of 13 mph, which would mean they would take approximately 46 minutes to cycle 10 miles."

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