Depends on which speed you're able to keep. A fit rider on good, flattish roads could make it in 30 minutes. An average rider on decent roads tould do it in one hour. Poor rider, poor conditions, it can take forever.
Depends on which speed you're able to keep. A fit rider on good, flattish roads could make it in 90 minutes. An average rider on decent roads could do it in one three hours. Poor rider, poor conditions, it can take forever.
The typical bull rider averages between 5'8 to 5'10 in height. The weight of an average rider will be about 180 lbs.
The average height of a Professional Bull Rider is 5'6" tall. There are a few that are about 5'8".
An intermediate horse rider usually refers to a rider's skill level. In this case, an average (not novice, not expert) rider.
There's really no good answer to that, unless you specify some circumstances: type of bike, type of course, overall length of race, uphill/flat/downhill, type of rider....A decent track rider can probably do a mile in under 2 minutes.
The average bike size depends on who the rider will be. There is no statistic for the average sizes of bikes bought.
Yes, you need to be a good rider. The ability to be a decent team mate is useful too.
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It's a decent enough bike for a new rider, but not something to brag about. 8-speed rears are a couple of generations old.