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Old 01-26-20, 08:03 PM
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Cino 2020 - cancelled.

Sorry everyone - another CoVid causalty:


Cinorider.

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Old 01-26-20, 08:33 PM
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Looking forward to it!
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Iím not much for organized rides, but this is one Iíd like to do.
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this ride taunts me every year.

even when you skip years.
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Iím not much for organized rides, but this is one Iíd like to do.
If this were the only organized ride you'd do, it's worth it.
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Originally Posted by droppedandlost View Post
this ride taunts me every year.

even when you skip years.
Gotta do it. Short flight from Seattle. Cheap, almost too skanky hotels. Beer, wine, and martinis out on the course.

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I just put in for time off. This might be the year.
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I just put in for time off. This might be the year.
Man, riding with the good doctor 3 times this year...personalized blood doping, PED's, alcohol...

northbend and Bob Freeman highly recommend the almost too skanky Symes Hot Springs hotel.
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Yes sir!

There is nothing quite like Cino.

P1030067 by Matthew Pendergast, on Flickr
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... and Bob Freeman highly recommend the almost too skanky Symes Hot Springs hotel.
ALMOST too skanky?! Did your wife ever find out who you ended up sleeping with at that place last year? Hoo boy!

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It's on!! Stay tuned at Cinorider.
I'm pretty sure that's Bob Freeman starring in that picture.
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Cino SAG.


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The food...



Fresh bacon at a sag stop


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"...and I have whisky", she said.


I'm not sure what questionable fluid was in the jug that Tim is waving around...



But when they say 'Big Sky Country', well...


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Thank goodness, I can do this. I'm excited, was worried it conflicted with a wedding. Pumped.
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Beginning of the end, Day 1
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I think this might be the year for me. I've been told there's really no choice.
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I keep thinking I could mod my Peugeot PR 10 to be a heck of a gravel bike.
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I think this might be the year for me. I've been told there's really no choice.
Andy, when northbend looks you in the eye and says you have to do this, there isnít a choice.
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Andy, when northbend looks you in the eye and says you have to do this, there isnít a choice.
Actually, I was thinking of @Choke telling me this shortly after explaining that Shimano is not and never has been superior to Campy.
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Actually, I was thinking of @Choke telling me this shortly after explaining that Shimano is not and never has been superior to Campy.
That was clearly a Russian disinformation campaign when he was stationed at the US embassy in Moscow.

But the man shakes up a mean martini.
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I'm pretty sure that's Bob Freeman starring in that picture.
I thought that was him!

Very appropriate as he was the featured guest a few years ago!

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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman View Post
ALMOST too skanky?! Did your wife ever find out who you ended up sleeping with at that place last year? Hoo boy!

She didnít ask, so I didnít tell.
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This ride appeals to me very much.
might actually be able to find the time this year.

need to figure out the logistics from SoCal

have a friend in Boise. Who knows nothing of this but has been riding a lot.
not perfect logistics
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