Sedro Woolley - Concrete Ride

There is no better time to ride along the Skagit River than Autumn.
The fall colors are at their best giving us "out of this world" scenery.

The route selected this week by members is Sedro Woolley to Concrete.
Roads between the two towns are flat to rolling, and sparsely traveled.

There is almost nowhere along the way that is out of sight of the river
and the surrounding Mountain Ranges frame most every view.

As well as meeting a few other adventurers along the way, we ran
into quite a few Elk coming down from the hills for winter feeding.

The entire route is pretty much flat with the exception of one climb
just as you enter Concrete past the Challenger Ridge Winery.

In Concrete we made a beeline for Anne's Pizza, a biker favorite,
which is next to Perks Deli with the best Cinnimin Rolls in the area.

After lunch, we crossed over the river and returned on the Skagit Hwy
which weaves along the river banks past rural farms.

Many spots along the way the forests come down from the mountains,
all the way to the river hiding Sedro Woolley till the very end.

Within the last mile the Sedro Woolley bridge appears on the right.
Within minutes we are back, thinking of where to bike next week.

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