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Ride Bellevue to Omak
Total Miles: 235 | Approximately 4 Hours
Nothing beats the scenery of northwestern Washington – which is exactly why a motorcycle ride through the Wenatchee National Forest should be on every biker’s bucket list.
You’ll start in Bellevue, set just east of the Seattle metropolitan area, and only after you explore the many attractions of Emerald City like Pike Place Market and the Space Needle.
Get your fill of city surroundings in Seattle, and be sure to gear up at the Downtown Harley-Davidson in Renton. Then saddle up and ride along the remote U.S. Highway 2 through the Washington Cascades and up U.S. Highway 2 until you reach Omak.
Highway 2’s twisty and stunning road follows parts of the Wenatchee River, and takes motorcycle enthusiasts through rider-friendly Cascade cities like Monroe, Leavenworth, and Wenatchee.
Washington riders are encouraged to explore a few traveler-friendly spots in the stunning Wenatchee National Forest.
Grab lunch in Leavenworth’s quaint Bavarian Village – where you can check out some great spots related to German heritage.
Some of Washington’s best German cuisine can be found at Baren Haus and the Bavarian Bakery – and stick around for quirky attractions like the quaint Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum.
Stretch your legs with a stroll through the nine-acre Ohme Gardens in Wenatchee, encompassing walking paths, scenic pools, and even waterfalls. Then let your passenger rider grab a sample at the nearby It's 5 Artisan Distillery – an artisan craft distillery set in Cashmere.
The ride through from Bellevue to Omak is approximately 220 miles – but be sure to set aside an entire day for authentic German pastries, beautiful garden tours, and scenic overlooks of the unmatched Washington Cascades.
And of course, the Cascade Region Ride may be reversed or modified for riders or groups coming from Canada to explore scenic-central Washington by motorcycle.