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Not a lot really.

Let's say you're doing 9 MPH, which should be real easy if you're staying on a decent road. That'll mean that you're done in 20 minutes, tops. And at that level of effort, you're maybeable to use up 450 cals/hour, which would put your burn at 150 calories or something like that.

It's about 1/3 of a cupcake's worth of calories.

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Q: How much fat can you burn riding a bike for 3 miles?
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