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Washington State Route 9

State Route 9 is one of Washington State’s finer examples of a rural highway. The curves are well-engineered and most of the curves have very good visibility. The pavement is very high-quality, to the point of being in a shockingly well-maintained state from the viewpoint of this jaded Seattle moto-commuter. There’s also no lack of …

Burn Road (Granite Falls, WA – Arlington, WA)

Just a little bit west of Arlington, you’ll find one of those nice roads that isn’t terribly frequented, but everybody who rides ‘knows’ about when you mention it. Burn Road is just one of those roads, as it runs north-northwest out of the Granite Falls area up into Arlington. It winds hither and yon, between …

Washington State Route 127

Washington Route 127 is one of the twisty little routes that cross the Snake River in Eastern Washington. With its southern terminus in Dodge and northern end near Dusty, this road crosses the Snake River via the Central Ferry Bridge. If for some reason you are unable to cross the dam further upstream at the …