A lot of bollocks is spoken about bubbles, how many, how fast, etc. The only bubbles worthy of worry, come from between the arse cheeks !
The only thing that they tell you, is that there is, or has been something going on in your brew.
Your best guide to fermentation progress is hydrometer readings. You may have a fastish ferment, but lots of bubbles isn't guaranteed. You might have a slow ferment and foam coming out the air lock......
The same applies to "how long". There's no answer because people worry if "it" takes a couple of days to start yet they worry if they're spot on and its almost finished in a week.....
So its up to you whether you want to rack it, but unless its on 71B or other yeast that isn't good for "sur lie"/batonage, I'd be leaving it alone like the other post suggests.