Here is a summary of calories burned for an average man and average woman engaged in the activity - cycling, stationary, 250 watts, very vigorous effort with related activties found in calories burned cycling.

The calories burned, for an average male, weighing 190 pounds (86 kg) is 1,077 Calories, in one hour of cycling, stationary, 250 watts, very vigorous effort.

The calories burned, for an average female, weighing 163 pounds (74 kg) is 924 Calories, in one hour of cycling, stationary, 250 watts, very vigorous effort.

The calories burned per minute, by cycling, stationary, 250 watts, very vigorous effort for an average man is 18 Calories per minute, and for an average woman is 15 Calories per minute.

This activity is in the category conditioning exercise.

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•  sitting
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Reference:
Compendium of physical activities: an update of activity codes and MET intensities.
Ainsworth, B, Haskell, W, Whitt, M.
Med Sci Sports Ex, 32(9): S498-S516, 2000.

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