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December 22, 2018, 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by CrazyMotorcycleGuy View Post
Unless you're making a bunch of stops for specific reasons, 400 mile days ought to be really easy. Gives you more time to stop at any place you might want to visit for a while. You should be able to average 60mph including stops. That's less than 7 hours for 400 miles.
Hmm fair points. Suppose that's pertinent to the southeast though where it's all slab.

I'm changing the route for Texas and west based on the feedback I've received. more twisty bits, less highway.


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