Discussion in 'Commuting' started by alecstilleyedye, 18 Aug 2012.
3.8miles. Mostly canal towpath.
Commute to work
10km downhill to work and the same home uphill again, normally twice a week. However, changed jobs so that's an end to that
At the moment 16 miles round trip, but start a new Job on Monday so will be 32 Miles round trip.
15 miles, round trip.
15 mile round trip 4 days a week. I also do shifts, and i've noticed after the bad weather there's a lot more potholes to hit in the dark!
11 mile round trip. With the better weather here now....perhaps a little more miles on the way home
About 11. something miles and it takes me an hour and a half to reach my home, or less than that if the traffic's not heavy.
Used to cycle 12 miles each way from South Queensferry into Edinburgh on quiet roads and cycle paths. really enjoyed it. Been off the bike many years after being clipped by the wing mirror of a flat bed truck and them driving off and leaving me in a heap in the gutter on a country road. Started getting back into it recently so 3 miles to the train station then 3 miles to the office at the other end so I guess 12 miles a day with train in the middle. Think I will eventually get the courage up to do the full 14 miles in then back home one day on the road, see how it feels
52 mile round trip for me which takes about 1hr 45 each way. Not the most interesting route but it's relatively quiet, has a couple of cheeky hills and it does take in some some nice countryside until I get to Bristol. I find that mid week I do start to get tired and the Mrs starts getting upset when I fall asleep at about 2100. I can always chuck the bike in the car and make it 16 miles each way but driving the last 10 miles doesn't actually save me that much time. I've cycled all year around, in some horrible weather, and after a couple of rather expensive services at the LBS, the prospect of buying a commuter is looming large. The Mrs is almost buying into n+1, as opposed to being firmly in the n camp.
About 29 miles round is a normal commute for me now. I'm only doing it three times a week though.
Between 12 and 20 miles, depending on my mood. Usually, the quickest route, 12 miles, from Northampton to Burton Latimer in daylight, and whatever mileage I feel like on the way home in the dark along unlit country lanes.
30 mile round trip..........3 mile up(300ft climbing) and 12 down into work
12 miles up(1200ft climbing) and 3 down home from work........
thats why i now commute via ebike......3 times this week
44-46km depending on route up to 66km, but it’s the elevation that hurts 634-997m.
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