I clock around 125 mi pr day.
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PPS: As far as I know people usually dont have jetlag going from Europe to USA ... only the other way around. I for instance started biking right away and did not need time to adjust.Don't count on this. Europe to the USA makes for a loooong day. If your flight leaves Europe at a typical 11:00AM CET, it will arrive at most East coast USA airports about 1:00 PM EST (8 hour flight minus 6 hours time difference) so your day will be long and you will be ready for bed about normal dinner time here. It's not necessarily a major problem but you will most likely take a couple of days to adjust.