While this trip is not for me (I have already done it), I am curious as to why you "must" have 3 people to go? I did it solo and many more cyclists do it solo or with just 1 other person than with 2+ persons.
Hope you can find a buddy, John
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90 is the way to go. I would use the Mobile bay ferry west of Pensacola. I strongly advise against trying 90 going west out of New Orleans.Westinghouse! You're the one who said to go 20! lol! Seriously though, now you recommend 90?
90 is the way to go. I would use the Mobile bay ferry west of Pensacola. I strongly advise against trying 90 going west out of New Orleans.I agree. When I did it this past October, I took the parallel parish (county) roads though they tended to be longer as they followed the rivers. I was only on US-90 for a couple of miles total between Luling (bike path to Luling) and New Iberia. When I was I had a full lane shoulder.