Δ Distance = Speed * Time.

In the case of a BBG, Distance = 1500 mi, Speed = X, and Time =<24hr. So: 1500 mi ÷ 24 hr = 62.5 mph.

However, you need to stop for gas and potentially dehydrate/rehydrate on occasion also. I say don't eat [much] - If you don't eat you don't

It seems my 2020 Harley-Davidson touring gets 38.75 mpg. Based on a little bump room, at 5.5 gal [USGal] = 213.125 miles per tank. Assuming 200 / fuel stop, 1500 mi ÷ 200 = 7.5 fuel stops = 8 stops. 8 Stops @ 10 min = 80 minutes so 24 hr - 80 minutes = 22hr40min.

1500 mi ÷ 22hr40min = 66.1765 mph [106.5 km/h] average moving speed.

National Parks the speed is always 90 km/hr - so 99 km/h or 61.52 mph. If a National Park

*gets in your way*, you have to make up the time somewhere...

My question is at what speed do the speed tax collectors give you a pass..?

Here in Canada - 10% is doable, but just looking at everyone else's percentage/comfort/give a hoot level..?

Please forgive the winter thread.

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*This is my attempt at avoiding shovelling the driveway.]*