How long would be taking to travel across the busiest cities in UK taking a bicycle? You are neither traveling on a vehicle nor making use of public transport, but cycling your way across the busiest cities in UK. The family-run Leisure Lakes Bikes, which is a cycling store aims to find out.
- London – It would take you approximately 27 minutes via cycling by taking A5201 route. Cycling has been the quickest form of transport.
- Birmingham – It would take you around 23 minutes cycling across the city via Pershore Rd/A441 and Bristol Rd/A38.
- Leeds – It would take you roughly 20 minutes to cycle across the city via route A65.
- Glasgow – It would take 16 minutes to cycle your way across the city through route Aikenhead Rd/A728.
- Sheffield – You would be able to complete the journey in 22 minutes while taking the A6109 route.
- Bradford – You could cycle across the city in approximately 26 minutes while taking the A6037 quickest route.
- Liverpool – It would take you around 29 minutes to cross the busy city while cycling on the quickest A59 route.
- Edinburgh – Cycling across the city while taking the quickest National Cycle Route 1 would help you cross the city in approximately 27 minutes.
- Manchester – You would take approximately 22 minutes to cross the city while cycling on the quickest route A56 and B6469.
- Bristol – Cycling across the city would take you no less than 22 minutes. However, you would be required to take the quickest A38 route.
- Cardiff – You would take approximately 28 minutes to complete the journey while cycling on the quickest National Cycle Route 8.
- Belfast – You could cross Belfast in around 18 minutes while cycling on the quickest A1 and National Cycle Route.
- Newcastle-upon-Tyne – By taking the National Cycle Route 18, you would be able to complete the journey in approximately 29 minutes.
In case, you feel inspired to take the bicycle, Leisure Lakes Bikes teamed up with Green Commute Initiative for making the change. You could click here for more information on their partnership.