Point Mugu is one of the many parks along the coast that offer hiker/biker camping and is popular with traveling cyclists. The closure is temporary.
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In Alberta, Canada the Icefields Parkway from Lake Louise north to Jasper has wide shoulders and tremendous sceneryI traveled by car and camped in that area 10 or so years ago. Beautiful country! Great suggestion. Thanks.
Almost everywhere in the country except for southern California fits your requirements. Note that you can typically get wide shoulders or very little traffic, but usually not both at the same time.
Try Montana, or Wyoming, or Kansas, or North Dakota, or northern Wisconsin, or the Erie Canal, or west Texas, or rural Kentucky, or Idaho, or any of zillions of other places.