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Old 05-28-16, 10:14 AM   #1
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Cino number 10 - whos in?

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I'm in.
This years ride will be the '79 Trek. Theres is a chance it may be an '81 if i can seal the deal and get it ready in time.
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ME!!ME!!!ME!! I got the message and I'M IN!!!

So, I'll be doing the American Vintage Trifecta this year: L'Eroica California, the Dairyland Dare Vintage Class, and Cino Heroica!
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ME!!ME!!!ME!! I got the message and I'M IN!!!

So, I'll be doing the American Vintage Trifecta this year: L'Eroica California, the Dairyland Dare Vintage Class, and Cino Heroica!
Congrats. Glad you made it in.
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My '85 Losa and I will be there.

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I'm in.

Either the 33 Frejus or the 60 Cinelli.
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I made reservations.at the Symes in Hot Springs - Fri thru Sunday. It is nice to have a home base for the entire w'end. Extra bonus are the hot springs.

If you aren't camping, reserve your rooms early.

My son is rooming with me. He'll be driving up from Denver and riding his Mercian Olympic. I'll drive from North Bend and be riding my '37 Hobbs.
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I made reservations.at the Symes in Hot Springs - Fri thru Sunday. It is nice to have a home base for the entire w'end. Extra bonus are the hot springs.

If you aren't camping, reserve your rooms early.

My son is rooming with me. He'll be driving up from Denver and riding his Mercian Olympic. I'll drive from North Bend and be riding my '37 Hobbs.

Got a room for Saturday night at the Symes also.
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Looking forward to meeting everyone.
Where's the best place to stay in the Whitefish area? Mrs. Doc said she might be interested to coming out for the weekend...
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@mountaindave will probaby chime in Doc for suggestions.
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Not sure about WF, but there is a vintage hotel in downtown Kalispell: Kalispell Hotel.
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I'm sure I'll be coming along - and staying for Friday and Saturday at the Symes - but I'll not be riding this year. I'm hoping to help out. I'm bringing tools and spare smalls; chainring bolts seemed to come adrift with alarming regularity in 2014 when I participated

I'll also bring the Sparrow (if it hasn't sold by then) for viewing/test rides!

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I'm probably coming in Thursday morning. Hang out, ride in the area of a couple of days before the ride.

Still debating about which bike. It is Cino Cinelli's 100th birthday. The Cinelli would be most appropriate. But I really like the Frejus. More of a challenge.
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I'm in, bikes to follow later this summer along with details on Friday night gathering.
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I'm hoping to help out. I'm bringing tools and spare smalls; chainring bolts seemed to come adrift with alarming regularity in 2014 when I participated
Heh...I'm grateful that you noticed I was missing some that year. I learned my lesson though, last year I put teflon tape on them.
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I'm probably coming in Thursday morning. Hang out, ride in the area of a couple of days before the ride.

Still debating about which bike. It is Cino Cinelli's 100th birthday. The Cinelli would be most appropriate. But I really like the Frejus. More of a challenge.
Going to the Sun road is not to be missed. It is truly spectacular.
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Going to the Sun road is not to be missed. It is truly spectacular.
Is it closed to car traffic in September, or do you have to dodge traffic?
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Is it closed to car traffic in September, or do you have to dodge traffic?
No worries. After labor day there are no bike restrictions and less yraffic. Check the park website for latest news
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I will sag if my friend Dave does not break his toe again! Honda 90 stepthrough and a Captain Anerica helmet should work. Going to try to add some fun in as well, maybe release some rattlesnakes on the course or stampede some cattle. Almost as good as helping the farmer catch his goat in 2013. Frisky dang critter....
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Just realized I don't have a place to sleep/stay on Friday or Sunday night. Saturday I'm at the Alameda.
Anyone have a room to share, or ideas on where I can find a bed?
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Just realized I don't have a place to sleep/stay on Friday or Sunday night. Saturday I'm at the Alameda.
Anyone have a room to share, or ideas on where I can find a bed?
Aero Inn in Kalispell? Stayed there last year, staying again this year.
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