There are lots of good bike roads out there. Highway 2 out to skykomish is scenic.
410 to Crystal Mountain is another, and I think you can keep going onto 123, and then 706 to make a Mt Raineer loop.
I know that you probably already know this, but those are very curvy roads with lots of switchbacks. They can be fun on a bike, and I love them, and live to ride that type of road. However, if you are still just learning to ride, I would be very cautious about overdriving the curves. This is not where I would take a newbie, or recommend for a newbie. You need flat slow roads with gentle curves until you are competent and confident on the bike.
The last thing you want is to go into a curve a little too hot, develop target lock, and drive off the side of a mountain before you learn how to turn. Or worse meet someone on the wrong side of a curve, and not be able to execute an evasive maneuver.
How much have you ridden so far, and did you ever take that beginner course?
I am not trying to discourage you, but I think I remember you saying you had not ridden yet. If I am wrong about that then forgive me, and enjoy the mountains.
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