It’s about 55 mins door to door, which is about 10 slower than driving
Its taken me a lot longer than that (its all on railway paths which are pretty good) but I am pretty unfit. If I could even do it once a week that would do me good and I would certainly be saving the petrol.
If I did it on the road bike I may be able to do it quicker, but its down a very fast and dangerous road and I am not sure I can be bothered with that.
Mine’s a 30 mile (because I live in England) round trip with around 1200 ft of climbing (across the Quantocks) each way. I work 12 hour shifts and at the grand old age of 54 I’m finding it a bit harder than I used to. Once or twice a week is plenty for me. 😕
Felt the need to share…! It is 60 km round commute for me (with around 1000 ft of climbing each way) and around a 10 hour day that would do me in! So I hatched a plan…I drove to work yesterday morning and rode home. This morning (after a small sense of dread for the impending hill!) I rode into work and will drive home tonight. I wont be doing it everyday, but it was good and when the hardtail is mended with some semi-slicks may be not such a slog. But its got to be doing me good….right? Plus, what a way to improve a day staring down a microscope!