The highway 1804 is an east-west road that runs between Minot and Williston. The fun riding portion runs North out of New Town. It follows the path of the northwest section of Sakakawea.
There are slight rolling hills directly adjacent to the road, with some larger valleys and bigger hills in the distance. A fair number of large and pristine lakes are along the route.
Really well maintained road, 2 lanes, not too much traffic. It is not a main thoroughfare but still has real nice pavement. It is one of the few twisty and fun roads in the northern part of the state. high speed turns with good sight distance
There is almost nothing along this road. Please do not take this route on a poorly maintained bike, some houses and farms but no gas stations or repair shops.
This road used to be good about 5 years ago before the oil boom moved in. The road is in dire need of repair from the oil field traffic. The semi truck and service truck traffic is heavy and unobservant. If taking this route run in packs and make yourself visible.
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February 23, 2020
40 McR Points
Motorcycle Type : Touring
follows the Missouri river - lots of oil fields and pipelines - interesting views