How long would it take (approximately) to cycle from York to Leeds?
maybe from the center of York to somewhere like the Headrow.
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
JTS's answer is perfectly correct but that is taking into account the use of a 70mph dual carriageway (A64).
I would probably assume around 3/4 hours (including breaks and getting lost) using the back roads parallel to the dual carriageway.
Although it is legal to cycle on a dual carriageway i would not recommend it due to a safety aspect.Source(s): Local Person - Keen Cyclist.
- SBLv 79 years ago
That will be around 25 miles.
So travelling one mile in around 8-10 minutes, it should take you 200 minutes, which is around 3.5 hours. If you're taking it slow and not riding fast, it'll be around that time.
However, if you're a keen cyclist, or have a good fitness level, you should easily manage a mile every 5 minutes, which would be around 125 minutes, so just over 2 hours.