reach speeds of

reach speeds of

some amount Go to speeds of some amount.
See also: of, reach, speed
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10 ( ANI ): An Australian adventurer is attempting to break the world speed record this year with a hybrid glider-boat which can reach speeds of more than 100 kilometers an hour.
Speedy: The new Jaguar XK can reach speeds of up to 174mph.
The 40ft boat can reach speeds of up to 40 knots, which is 46.
Eventually, Munro honed his motorcycle to reach speeds of 200 mph and recorded an official speed record of 190.
According to Fuji Sankei, the one-carriage prototype, powered by two 65-kilowatt fuel cells, will be able to reach speeds of 100km/hr.
The miniature wonder revs up with the flick of a switch, sports plastic wheels and an electronic speed indicator, and can reach speeds of 2 to 5 miles an hour ($425; www.
WaveCrest noted that the kit allows bikes to reach speeds of up to 20 miles per hour for a range of up to 20 miles without pedaling.
It was a terrific drive from the young race ace who is beating other drivers with far more race experience than him in the powerful karts with reach speeds of up to 85mph.
On the course, the car will have a top speed of about 60 mph, but could reach speeds of up to 90 mph, said Steven Daum, collegiate programs manager for the Society of Automotive Engineers International.
That may not seem so fast considering that top racing boats can reach speeds of up to 200 mph.
The winds in these storms can reach speeds of more than 300 miles per hour.
The transistor uses a modified design and IBM's proven silicon germanium (SiGe) technology to reach speeds of 210 GigaHertz (GHz) while drawing just a milliamp of electrical current.
The technology allows trains to reach speeds of up to 500 kilometers per hour.
Although the world's fastest computers can now reach speeds of more than 3 trillion calculations per second, achieving even a fraction of that level of performance in practice requires great care in writing programs and matching scientific problems to the computer's capabilities.