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You are going to have to ride 30 centuries back-to-back with no rest days at all.
Sorry to be so negative but I don't think you have any idea what you are getting into and you better find out before committing to the trip.
You'd better call ahead before you go down to be on the safe side.
Pennsylvania DOT has signed bike routesRoute S is nice riding.
I'll gladly exert the extra effort to blow up the NeoAir.
I wouldn't dream of using my light weight road bike for hauling/pulling anything. There is a good chance that over a bad bump that you could break something.
So I'd give these a try.