Between 1980 and 1990, the average speed of a Tour de France rider was 37.5 kilometers per hour.
The average speed of steam-vessels has also undergone a gradual increase by such improvements.
The distance under steam was 966 knots, and the average speed 65 knots.
Three miles an hour being the average speed at which the boat went, the walkers easily kept up with it.
The average speed of the Atlantic trades is about eleven miles an hour.
Her average speed was nine knots, but with a fair wind she did eleven.
The average speed of the expedition was about three miles an hour.
Our North American lows travel at an average speed of 600 miles a day.
However this may be, it appears that the average speed of running races in France has increased since 1872.
On the measured mile trial trips the Italian launch gave an average speed of 8.43 miles an hour with and against the tide.
the average distance traveled per hour; the distance traveled divided by the time taken