One last thought, and I'm not trying to be a Jr. real estate agent here, but there are so many fantastic places here in the NW to consider. If you are thinking about it from a business standpoint and desire to have a steady local stream of customers, being close to the Seattle and Portland areas are something to consider. But, with that, comes higher cost of living and housing is outrageous right now in both of those metro areas.
If its wanting access to great riding year round, then the places to consider narrow a bit. Belfair is a year round place, but as mentioned, is rural and a bit out of the way. TSF stays open year round and is close to Portland metro area. Hood River does not have year round riding available locally as they shut down for winter, but you are not too far from TSF.
Another place that checks most all of the boxes is Bend, in Central Oregon. It has a fantastic climate with virtually no rain compared to the West side. It is a large resort city that has been and is growing at a good pace. It has a significant population with wealth and lots of expendable income. Awesome housing options abound with nice schools and infrastructure. It has an extremely vibrant outdoor recreation community with fantastic skiing at Mt. Bachelor, world class Mt biking, fly fishing, kayaking/SUP, golf, hunting, etc. Tons of shopping and wonderful restaurants and brewery options. It's a popular vacation destination as well. It has tons of dirt biking locally that is open year round with the exception of hard winters when the snow gets too deep, which is rare. China Hat has hundreds of miles of riding and is connected to Millican and EFR with a variety of terrain from fast open to tight technical. You are close to other riding options as well including Cline Butte and 3-trails. Lets just say you can ride someplace different year round without getting bored. Then, you add that this is dualsport heaven and if you add a plated bike, you have endless access to some incredible adventure riding including the Oregon Backcountry Discovery Route. One nice thing about this is the ADV guys often have lots of $ and there would most likely be a steady income stream from these prospective clients. There are other options close by if you are looking for something a bit lower key. Sisters is a really awesome little city with unbelievable beauty at the foothills of the Cascades. Redmond is up and coming city with much cheaper housing options and is just minutes from Bend. I'm not sure how you feel about being near a competitor, but Kreft is located in Bend as well. One thing to consider about Central Oregon though is that you are several hours away from the West side of the state if you desire access to those areas including Portland.
I have a close riding buddy who just moved to Bend for all of the above mentioned features and he commutes to Portland 3 days a week, its that nice of place to live! If I didn't have all of my family here on the West side, I'd live in Bend.
So, there you go, I gave away all of our secret NW living and riding options. I charge a small fee for my services, lol. Cost you a ride together once you move and get settled.