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A) 101 through Washington
Distance: 234 mi
On day 9 of our tour of the American west we rode from Port Angeles, WA to Cape Disappointment, WA. The ride down the coast was nice, even though we hit even more rain along the way. We got to Cape Disappointment early and were able to relax and go down...
C) Columbia River Gorge to Redwoods
Distance: 529 mi
This was day 10 of our tour of the American west. We started in Cape Disappointment, WA and rode down the coast to Cannon Beach. Next, we jumped on Highway 26 toward Portland and eventually the Columbia River Gorge. We jumped on the historic Columbia R...
D) DT's South-Central Washington Epic Ride Loop (SCWERL)
Distance: 373 mi
Pick up this loop at any point for an almost 400 mile ride touring some of southern Washington State's most beautiful scenery. From views of Rimrock Lake and Mt Rainier from White Pass on Hwy 12, past Mt St Helens in the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest, t...
E) Harrington to Timberline and Back
Distance: 294 mi
Nice relaxing riding area through rural america. Wheat fields and small towns to the East of the Columbia river. Roads are good but watch for deer especially dusk and dawn.
F) Lynn Canyon, Horseshoe Bay and North Vancouver
Distance: 80 mi
This was day 6 of our motorcycle ride of the American west. We headed up into Canada and rode over to Horseshoe Bay where we were planning on catching a ferry the next morning to go to Vancouver Island for a couple days. After hanging out there and eati...
G) Monroe to Granite Falls
Distance: 34 mi
This route takes you from Monroe to Granite Falls via Woods Creek, up around Meadow Lake Rd, Three Lakes, Lake Roesiger, Lake Bosworth, then into Granite Falls.
H) North Cascades National Park on Highway 20
Distance: 104 mi
This is a wonderful ride on Highway 20 through North Cascades National Park. You also pass by Ross Lake National Recreation Area on this ride. On this ride you'll pass through a lot of mountains and follow rivers. Tourist traffic can pick up later in t...
I) Olympic National Park
Distance: 1019 mi
A ride out to Olympic National Park gave us a spectacular view of a one of a kind ecosystem encompassing environments ranging from rain forests to snow-topped mountain peaks. The best part about this area is that if you head deep into the interior of the ...
J) Riding through North Cascades
Distance: 402 mi
This was day 5 of our ride of the American west. It took us from our campground near Coeur d'Alene, ID through the North Cascades to Birch Bay, WA. This was the first day when we really started to feel like we were making it into the Pacific Northwest...
K) The Coastal Breeze
Distance: 179 mi
I wanted to ride the coast so I started in Port Orchard and took it up to the 101 so that I could ride along the bay. This ride isn't for everyone but it gave me a chance to see some areas that I have never seen before.
L) Tour Across Washington on WA 20
Distance: 379 mi
This awesome motorcycle ride takes you across the state of Washington, through several national parks, including the North Cascades and Colville National Forests. Be sure to take your camera with you so you can capture some of the beautiful views along t...
M) Triple State US 12 Tour
Distance: 363 mi
This ride takes you from Missoula, Montana to Kennewick, Washington. The whole ride is full of beautiful scenery. If you want to make this a multi day ride, there are several stops along the way, such as the Lolo hot springs and several lakes and rivers...
N) Vancouver Island part 2
Distance: 348 mi
The original plan was to camp near Victoria and cross back into the states the following morning. By the time we got down to Victoria we were ready to just jump on a ferry and head back into the states. Another day of rain and cold weather was really ge...
by RideBellChain on May 2, 2013
by RideBellChain on May 2, 2013