That depends on the speed at which one is traveling.
It takes10/(average speed of the wagon in mph)hours.
six hours 870 / 145 = 6
That cannot be calculated without knowing the average speed over that distance.
It depends on speed, but assuming an average of 12mph, about 130 hours
Three hours (30/10 = 3).
That depends on your speed.
It really all depends on the speed you are going.
You can go 4.5 miles at that pace.
about 2 hours
It is 1.2 miles running or biking. (And it is a great ride).
Since a stationary bike doesn't move, there's no way it can travel 20 miles. Now, if you're asking how long it would take to ride twenty miles on a bicycle, it depends on speed, wind, and other factors. Typically a bike maximum speed is about 20 miles per hour. So it would take about an hour to ride 20 miles on a REGULAR moving bicycle.
if your speed is 4 miles per hour it takes an hour,at 8mph it takes 30 minutes.
It's not about the miles, but rather about how hard and how long you're riding. Road biking is a lot about endurance, so between dedicated riders it has to be 2-3 hours or more to "count". If you're not that into biking a sort of general definition of a workout is about one hour at an elevated heart rate.
It's a distance of about 3,500 miles. Ten miles per hour is a reasonable biking speed. So, if you could make a beeline over the water like a cycling savior, you could make it in about 350 hours, or 14.5 days. Of course that does not take into consideration pit stops, sleeping or eating along the way.
A: 9 hours.