*I know...older thread...*
It doesn't take BBG

*pace* to do a 50cc. Some simple math...since there's not a lot to do at the moment.

2380 miles (JAX -> SDO verified distance) divided by 50 hours is ~47.6 MPH

*Yes, I know, I didn't take any rest time into account in this calculation!*
SS1000 math for comparative purposes: 1025 (2.5% fudge factor) miles divided by 24 hours is ~42.7 MPH

*Again, no rest time in the calculation!*
Taking that 2380, dividing in two makes 1190 miles for a coast-to-coast run, which is what I'd estimate a fair number of people attempt.

I would think that a rider could do that 1190 miles in 19 hours...with an average speed of ~62.5 MPH. Add 10MPH to this, and your

*moving speed* is ~72MPH.

1190 miles in 19 hours...a

**maximum** of 12 hours of rest, then 1190 miles in 19 hours is your 50cc. Simple math, and looking at those that have done one, not as difficult ride to execute.

This *really* means that the total rest period duration you have in between those

four 1190 mile 'legs' to make a 100ccc must be divided by three!

The likelihood of success for a 50cc as a first ride seems to be pretty decent. The likelihood of success for a 100cc as a

*first ride* seems to be less than ideal.