hopefully, less than half a day. from where i live, it cost $106 for a taxi to drive me 50 miles. too expensive, i am thinking about walking or riding a bike. i am gonna have to walk throughout the whole interstate highway in my city most of the way.
ok first of all, the place u need to get to is probably 50 miles through the freeway and much much longer if you walk locally. It takes an average marathon runner 5 hours to run 26 miles that means average 10 hours to run 50 miles(if they keep same pace), thats 5 mph jogging constantly, you probably would walk about 2-3 miles per hour which is still a little faster than a normal relaxed walk if you do the math it should take about 12-16 hours to walk 50 miles. So its not worth it and biking 50 miles a day is not reasonable so just buy a really cheap car
btw randy said he walked not fast not slow 2-3 miles in 10 minutes, thats bull cuz that means he "walked" 1 mile in about 5 minutes, his calculations are all wrong
50 Mile Walk
You can totally bike it! You might want to try some practice rides first to test it out, but 50 miles is easy. Last summer on a bike ride from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Antigo, Wisconsin I biked 80 miles the first day, and 50-70 miles a day for the rest of the trip. You can bike about 10-12 miles per hour if you’re not really in shape (like me, I’m 5’6 and 185 pounds), faster if you’ve done distance biking training, so 50 miles should take you 4-5 hours.
If you bike OR walk you need to consider the fact that you will be doing 100 miles not 50….
At an average walking speed of 3mph it would take you around 16 hours and 30 min to walk 50 miles
well it takes me about 15 minutes to run two miles so, lets say 10 minutes a mile walking, thats five hundred minutes, so about 8 hours, how bout riding your bike instead, itll be alot faster, with about the same endurance
I’m 6’0 and in shape and 3.5 miles takes me about an hour. If you’re meeting someone, I highly suggest a bike.
If you can physically do it…
But hypothetically, if you walked at a rate of like 3 mph, it would take you roughly a little bit below 17 hours, so I wouldn’t recommend it, especially if you want to try to make it back in the same day.
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