As others have already indicated, great road. Starts out nice back in st Marie's, but gets better as u go further north toward st regis... better scenery and better twisties. Ends in gravel (about 10-20 miles or so?), so take that into consideration. Road condition is good, but not perfect, so requires a little more than the normal caution for a little gravel, potholes, etc., but mostly it's quite good. River scenery is great. And nice cadence to the turns in some sections more to the NE. I'll come back to this one.
Long windy roads and highways threw eastern Washington!
A pleasant winding road through national forest inter dispersed with short sections of nice corner combinations
Longer day ride that explores the sweeping hills of Spokane that goes a bit underused by our biking community threw the East Palouse hwy into ValleyFord. Swing threw Rockford and out to the Coeur D'alene Casino, then take hwy 95 back into the city. For you Coeur D'alene riders, you can drop off the route there, otherwise you Spokane bikers, follow I90 on home. The bulk of the ride goes pretty much unannounced to the police, but once you head into Coeur D'alene the local cops have a presence. The roads stay pretty clean, but ride safe and always be cautious!
An absolutely gorgeous ride around Idaho's Hayden Lake, leaving from Crusier motorcycle pub on the ID-WA state line taking the freeway out to the county club at Hayden Lake. Loop the lake, and end your ride at O'Malleys; another great bike friendly eatery, by taking the Trent Highway scenery threw Rathdrum. Police are of a minimum around the lake, but pick up around the city portion of the ride.
Nice open country riding with one mountain pass.
About a 5 hour ride with a few stops to stretch and grab a bite. A good mix of curves and straight stretches and over one mountain pass (highest pass in Canada that is open year round (other than when closed because of avalanches). Watch your weather and don't forget to have your passport with you. This is an international route.
The ride from I-90 down Hwy 97 and 3 and over to Plummer on Hwy 5 is a lot of fun! Nice twists and good surfaces. From Plummer up to Coeur d'Alene it's pretty straight and in July very hot! Another way we will try in the future is to head from I-90 down Hwy 3 and back up the east shore via Hwy 97. Harrison is a good place to stop for a stretch and bite to eat. Lots of mining history there as well.
Amazing selection of corners and great surroundings
Although not really a coastal road, it does have that feel (hence the classification) mostly good visibility corners and pleasant scenery
Twisty and scenic ride through a national forest with some very good viewpoints and interesting corners
Loads of twisties here as the road rises high, surface mostly ok, not advised in bad weather.