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There really is no good way to bypass Portland on the L&C Route.
Portland is extremely bike friendly - but it is a big city, nevertheless.
Finally, I rode Hwy 14 on my first X-USA trip in 1987. It has way more traffic now.
I've ridden Hwy 14 a couple of time since and have driven it, too.
Epidemics encouraged within our culture, no doubt, by such movies as Laura Craft and Hunger Games....
...what Ive been getting told to do is take a ferry to Sydney BC, then ride to Victoria. After that Catch a ferry from Victoria to port townsend where i could jump on the Olympic Descovery trail...
Jogging my memory here. If I remember correctly, there used to be a hiker/biker campsite at Cape Meares State Park. What made it so exceptional was that there was no other camping except for hikers and cyclists...Do any other old-timers remember when you could still camp at Cape Meares? I'm going to say 25 years ago or more.
You might want to invest in the ACA map (Section 7) as it will detail the route nicely. Although you will use only a small portion of the map it might be worth it.