Here are some bikeways along
the I-90 corridor.
I-90 Tunnel and Lake Washington Floating Bridge Bike Path out of Seattle.
I-90 path ends in Issaquah.
One can use wide freeway shoulder until one can exit for Old Highway 10
business route into North Bend.
Iron Horse Bike Trail starts
up a hill south east of North Bend. One can get there by road, or Snoqualmie
Bike Trail. Iron Horse starts at Rattle Snake Lake.
Trail. Crosses Cascade Mountains.
East side of Snoqualmie Tunnel
Iron Horse Trail becomes rough. They are working on a trail all the
way across the state, but only portions are currently finished. I-90
shoulder is wide or one can remain on rougher sections of trail around Lake
Easton State Park. Then there are some other back roads and a trail
from Roslyn to Cle Ellum.
Hwy. 903 Goes from Cle Ellum
to Hwy. 970 which can take one to 97 (the Wenatchee route).
97 goes over Blewett Pass to
Wenatchee where there is a better bridge across Columbia. Hwy. 2 can
take one to Spokane from Wenatchee.
Cross Columbia on I-90 bridge if you dare. It is legal, but shoulder gets narrow on steel portion of bridge. It is a narrow concrete ledge. Watch out for wind. If one is west bound, Ellensburg and Vantage area winds can be terrible. Bridge can also have bad crosswind.
Follow I-90 shoulder, or frontage roads when available, to Moses Lake.
Head north east through downtown Moses Lake and then find Wheeler Road which turns into Road # 3 and eventually Rosenoff Road. Head east to Ritzville.
Then follow Danekas road, or I-90 on east.
Follow I-90, or frontage roads
to Spokane area where I-90 eventually becomes illegal for bikes. Follow
alternate routes (most likely Highway 2 into Downtown Spokane and River
Front Park. Then get onto the Spokane River
Centennial Trail and follow it well into Idaho all the way to Lake Coeur
Heading on east from Coeur d'Alene,
one can use I-90 shoulder over Fourth Of July Pass. Then take Canyon Road, instead of I-90 to Cataldo where
one can pick up a great bike trail all the way to Mullan, Idaho. Trail Of The Coeur d'Alenes.