Cycling is an efficient way to burn excess calories, shed body fat and improve cardiovascular health while enjoying the outdoors. Depending on your body weight and the intensity of your ride, you will probably burn somewhere between 400 and 500 calories on a one-hour bicycling trip.

The motion of bicycling, especially uphill and high-intensity cycling, is a great way to develop muscle and burn fat. As both the large (quadriceps and hamstring) and small (calf) muscles of the legs work, they become stronger and more developed. The beauty of developing more muscle is that it not only makes the body look leaner and stronger, but it raises the resting metabolic rate. The higher your resting metabolic rate, the more calories you burn even at rest.

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