http://www.metric-conversions.org/speed/meters-per-second-to-miles-per-hour.htmHi Guys. Sorry to be a dumb *** Yankee. But how do you compute /MS TO MPH.
Strong tailwind, went 82.4 with the wind and only about 15 against it, lolSo not being a meteorologist or a Bonnerville Salt Lakes Speed racer I really don't know the best ideal conditions to get a good speed run.
I just got 55 mph with legs down at 3 in the aft noon temp 107 degrees full sun and only a 4 mph tail wind. Elevation 750 ft. So what conditions are you guys in to get 20 mph greater than me ? View attachment 2567