Q: At 20 mph how long to bike 10 miles?

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1 hour = 60 mins time = distance ÷ speed = 5 miles ÷ 10 miles/hour = 0.5 hour = 0.5 x 6 mins = 30 mins.

Three hours (30/10 = 3).

7 miles every 10 minutes means 7 x 6 miles in an hour, so the speed is 42 mph.

It will take 20 min to go 20 miles at 60 mph.

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7 miles / 10 mph = 7/10 hour, or 42 minutes

24 minues.

1 hour = 60 mins time = distance ÷ speed = 5 miles ÷ 10 miles/hour = 0.5 hour = 0.5 x 6 mins = 30 mins.

It depends on how fast you can ride a bike!

Three hours (30/10 = 3).

A bike Trail is up to 1-10 miles long.

It takes just over 8 minutes to travel 10 miles, at the speed of 50 mph.

7 miles every 10 minutes means 7 x 6 miles in an hour, so the speed is 42 mph.

20 mph = 20 miles in one hour so half of that is the answer 10 miles in half an hour = 30 minutes

10 hours 10 minutes @65 mph

3 hours

I presume you mean how long will it take for a 12 miles bike ride. It depends on how fast you can bike, if it's uphill or downhill. The average is between 8-13 mph for most people to bike on a 10-speed on the whole. By that measurement, it could take 50-90 minutes or so on the average.