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Old 01-19-19, 11:59 PM
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Cino ‘19

The announcement you’ve been waiting for: Cino is back and it’s going the full Monty!

I have agreed to take over management of the event (with the creator’s blessing and guidance) and I can assure you we are on.

When? September 6-8 (I’m adding a Friday night social event).

Where? Kila, MT to Hot Springs, then back the next day (we may seem like the middle of nowhere, but that’s actually Glasgow).

Other details? Tickets go on sale March 26 @ 7:00 PM. Here’s the Eventbrite registration webpage: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cino-he...=eventurl_text

WTF is Cino? In a nutshell, it is an honoring of times gone by, when steel was king and roads were awful. Steel is still real and our roads haven’t gotten any better. But the comeraderie and spirit of the attendant enthusiasts cannot be greater! Check our webpage for history, pictures, and apparently my phone and email still up for the whole world to see...

This is a bit of what it looks like:


The door to mountain nirvana is open to you!

Be one of the few, the proud, the suffering, and slightly off balanced... Be Cino.

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Awesome...thanks Dave.

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Cool.

Now... which bike? Eeeny, meany miney, mo...

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I won't even be able to think about attending until after I retire in April 2023, so keep this tradition alive at least for another four+ years, PLEASE! I really, really, really want to own one of those wool jerseys!
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The beer's cold, c'mon over.
You do not want to miss this.

P1030497 by NBend, on Flickr

Thanks Dave and Dawn for taking this on.
You are my Hero's!
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In case you aren’t familiar with Cino, here are some photo albums of mine to whet your appetite.
Seriously, it is like no other ride you've ever been on. It's worth the trouble to get here.
Cino X
https://flic.kr/s/aHskDwxJ3B
Cino 2014
https://flic.kr/s/aHsk4e7Nzg
Cino 2013
https://flic.kr/s/aHsjJ777Ew
Older Cino’s
https://flic.kr/s/aHskUtMRyG
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Very cool! Thanks for keeping it alive. One of the toughest, fun and most satisfying vintage rides I've ever done.
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Yes, thanks Dave.
A Mystery Rider in Heels, a bike builder riding his own creation, a relatively small crowd for Mass Start instructions, and green scenery mixed with the brown.
And a night time soak (not pictured) in the Hot Springs = What's not to Love?



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Ooooh!

Plenty of advanced notice so I can line up SWMBO blessing!

Tell me you plan on wool jersies with front pockets?!?
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…..And when the stars align
…..and the Moon is in the waning phase
…… and the Cycling Gods have smiled
…....and the Dude abides.....

….. with enough Cino Heroica juju
you might see @Lascauxcaveman in attire that is NOT collared short sleeve shirt, and khaki shorts!?!

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It’s really the people who make the ride so special, and I need more than two hands to count all the cool BF people I’ve met in person.

Re wildwood & caveman: I’m having trouble telling the two of you apart - like twins!!
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….. with enough Cino Heroica juju
you might see @Lascauxcaveman in attire that is NOT collared short sleeve shirt, and khaki shorts!?!
Yeah, we can go as the Merckxsey Twins! Though I doubt either one of us would be comfortable riding 80 miles (or whatever it is) in gravel on tires that'll fit on those bikes.
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This would be an interesting Twofer: Cino this weekend, and the Coppi event in Wisconsin the next weekend.
Different bikes required, different airlines, lots of sweaty wool clothing, cool people, neato bikes to ogle....
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Fantastic! The year Cino disappeared I had already rearranged the entire family vacation schedule around the ride and was sorely disappointed when it didn't come off. We made other plans and still had a great summer, but there remained that ache for something I felt was special and was missing. I am going to do my utmost to try to get to Cino 2019 (and I definitely need one of those jerseys!). Good on you mountaindave for picking up and carrying the torch!
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This would be an interesting Twofer: Cino this weekend, and the Coppi event in Wisconsin the next weekend.
This is exactly my plan 'cept I travel via car so I can bring a few bikes for the show..
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Awesome...thanks Dave.

Dave thanks...... you will drive through my home town of Chinook to get to Glasgow I am in MT in july for a class reunion....... I will see if I can slip another trip in "to see my dad" in sept
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Dave thanks...... you will drive through my home town of Chinook to get to Glasgow I am in MT in july for a class reunion....... I will see if I can slip another trip in "to see my dad" in sept
Did that drive last year the first weekend of March after multiple snow storms closed the high line. And left in a snow storm - fun times. I thought mountain snow storms were bad, but they’re nothing like the plains!
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There gonna be toilet paper at the 2019 edition?
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There gonna be toilet paper at the 2019 edition?
That’s part of the suffering: using leaves and twigs.
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Hell Yeah! Thanks Dave!



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Hell Yeah! Thanks Dave!
Thanks for posting that photo! (Not often I get a picture of myself. )
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I'm going to be sorely tempted to do this. What's the altitude on this ride? Just checked, looks to be around 3,000 ft for the beginning and end of the right which isn't bad for someone coming out of the flat lands of the midwest.

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I'm going to be sorely tempted to do this. What's the altitude on this ride? Just checked, looks to be around 3,000 ft for the beginning and end of the right which isn't bad for someone coming out of the flat lands of the midwest.
Correct, it starts at just under 3000’. My GPS tells me 2,800’ of cumulative climbing each way, most of it gravel.
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Correct, it starts at just under 3000’. My GPS tells me 2,800’ of cumulative climbing each way, most of it gravel.
It might be time to start building a proper cino bike,
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It might be time to start building a proper cino bike,
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