Calories Burned Per Mile Bike Riding?

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Bike riding is a fantastic activity to lose weight, according to WebMD. The amount of calories burned per mile depends greatly on how fast you are going during the bike riding, your age, and weight. Generally speaking, a 160 pound man will burn about 600 calories while riding a bike at 12 miles per hour for one hour. Alternately, a 200 pound man who is cycling at 16 miles per hour will burn 1117 calories if he rides the bike for one hour.
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You can get between 500-600 calories burned per hour of bike
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A 155-pound person will burn approximately 10 calories per minute cycling at a pace of 12 to 13.9 miles per hour, according to the Harvard Medical School. Increasing that speed to
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At 10 MPH, a rather comfortable pace, it'll take you 15 minutes. And at a comforable pace, expect to burn maybe 300 calories/hour. So you're looking at a usage of 75 calories or so.
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Not medical advice: For the average person, riding a bike at a leisurely pace for a half mile will burn 80 calories. Enjoy!
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Your calorie burn rate depends on your weight. For example, a 155 pound person can burn 563 calories in an hour running 5mph. Click below for a full chart of calorie burn rates.
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