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The Time It Would Take to Cycle across Various UK Cities

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A lot of us would really like to pay more attention to getting ourselves healthy and keeping it that way in an organic manner, like through eating better and exercising as opposed to having to constantly take medication and supplements. One of the biggest hindrances to this wish however is that of simply not having enough time.

We always hear about just simply making time for the things which are truly important to you, but it really isn’t as easy as made out to be, given just how busy our lives get these days.

With regards to making more time for exercising however, if you live in any one of the major cities in the UK, you could be wasting up to 86 hours per year which you could have rather allocated to exercising through a daily cycle if you’re driving to work or even if you’re using public transport. Family-run cycling store Leisure Lakes Bikes resolved to find out how long it would take to cycle to work in the following of the UK’s biggest cities:

London

From Royal London Hospital to King’s Cross Station

It would take 27 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A5201).

Birmingham

From Cadbury World to Birmingham New Street Station

It would take 23 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (Pershore Rd/A441 and Bristol Rd/A38).

Leeds

From Kirkstall Abbey to Leeds Station

It would take 20 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A65).

Glasgow

From Hampden Park to Glasgow Central Station

It would take 16 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (Aikenhead Rd/A728).

Sheffield

From Meadowhall Centre to Sheffield Train Station

It would take 22 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A6109).

Bradford

From Shipley town centre to Bradford Interchange

It would take 26 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A6037).

Liverpool

From Aintree Racecourse to Liverpool Lime Street Station

It would take 29 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A59).

Edinburgh

From Fort Kinnaird to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station

It would take 27 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (National Cycle Route 1).

Manchester

From Old Trafford football stadium to Manchester Piccadilly Station

It would take 22 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A56 and B6469).

Bristol

From Woodspring Golf & Country Club to Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station

It would take 22 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A38).

Cardiff

From Radyr Golf Club to Cardiff Central Railway Station

It would take 28 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (National Cycle Route 8).

Newcastle-upon-Tyne

From Intu Metrocentre to Newcastle Central Station

It would take you 29 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (National Cycle Route 14).

Belfast

From Balmoral Golf Club to Belfast Central Station

It would take you 18 minutes to complete the trip via the fastest route when cycling (A1 and National Cycle Route 9).

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