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Old 08-31-21, 02:36 PM
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After lunch, it was back out the way we came in, and a return to the main route. The stream winds its way through the scenery as I ride into the second half of the day:



After some time on a sustained but kinda gentle climb out of the valley, it's time to tackle the sketchiest descent of the day; I saved my brain and kept my speed low (relatively speaking):



Riding the rollercoaster:



Road conditions were pretty darn good this year, but the jouncing at higher speeds still jarred my noggin when I let 'er rip for about half a minute. Back to riding the brakes and living another day!



Where I flatted in 2014 after a cutting a sidewall on the descent. No such issues in 2021:



Alex is once again a happy camper after getting some food in him:



Downhill?



Nope! We're going thataway:



The second-last hill before dropping into Hot Springs:



After arriving at Alamedas I dropped my bike in the grass and flopped down on my back, tired but happy. I looked up, saw this, and photographed my own personal bit of Big Sky for posterity:



Time to clean up for dinner and awards - and make sure everything is ready for Day Two.

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Dave Kirk hung out and discussed the gestation period/events leading to the eventual completion of this gem. The details are sublime; he was also fastest to Hot Springs without taking a wrong turn!



Al fresco dining in our glad-rags; I wish I'd gotten a pic of gugie 's outfit because it looked as though he was aiming at the hobo look on purpose. Seriously. Unless he was serious, in which case he needs his eyeglass prescription reviewed!



Director Dave giving us the lowdown on the day's events, plans for tomorrow, presenting the awards, and presiding over the auction. And probably about a million other things, too. He's the Man:



Cino 2021 Day One is officially New Bike Day for Thomas:



Spares - lots of spares:



Derek leads us out of town and into the sunrise around 8:30 Sunday morning:



Goodbye, Hot Springs! See you next year:



Alex checks his six and finds we already have support on the very first climb:



Vince; this year I didn't require assistance from him, but I was happy he was there just the same!



A few more miles of pavement and it's back to the rough stuff again:



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Loving all the photo updates! Thanks for taking & sharing all these wonderful pictures. Thanks for helping the rest of us live vicariously. Cino's definitely a bucket list event. I just wish is wasn't quite so far away and hard for me to get time off work this time of year.
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Neal and Alex onto the rollers; the uphills seem much more gradual when returning - is that just me?



Neal topping another rise:



Everywhere you look the scenery knocks you out; I find it also never fails to re-inspire tired muscles, impelling you ever forward:



Living the simple life, if only for a day:



Great form; frame that one!



This stretch was much less treacherous than in 2014, when the hazards included invisible sand pockets and large, moondust-covered rocks. This year it was almost like riding uneven, rolling pavement:



The T-intersection which will take us to pranza and the bottom of 9 Mile Hill:



A CLUE!



Road to pranza, Day Two:



Lunch is served! Note Jim behind the table, from Cino participant to Cino support:



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Any of youse find my missing right cap? Looks like the one on the left. Rattled off somewhere between Hot Springs and Sunday pranza, 2016.

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The start of 9 Mile Hill looks innocent enough:



But! When it pitches upwards on a combination of packed and loose dirt/sand, plus rocks and exposed bedrock, it becomes and exercise in effort and concentration. Especially if you've saddled yourself with a 42/24 bailout:



One of the hardcore elite riding a fixed gear; chapeau!



His wife came along a few twists and turns later:



Yup - another fixed gear monster eating up the Hill:



No such heroics from me. I took my time, walked a little bit, took short rests and got a few photos while doing so, too:



A review of my photos from Cino 2014 indicated this pitch was the last before a short series shallow curves before topping out. Therefore, this is the point I began my final push. Not far up around the bend to right was a sign nailed to tree with a dead rabbit draped over it. Weird.



Alex arrives in Kila, successfully completing his second Cino:



Left to right: Alex, Doc, Neal, Andrew, Bob, and John relaxing at the Kila Pub, opened exclusively for Cino participants this year:



Left to right: Vince, Dave, Mark, and Matt. Time to drink some beer, eat some food, and swap stories!



Yeah, we never got coordinated enough to get a photo of all BF members together before we started - sorry! It seems I missed connecting with a couple/three members who'd indicated they'd be attending, but there's always next year. The two photos above represent half the BF contingent present for Cino 2021.

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I was gifted this cool bell head from gugie just before we shoved off Saturday morning. I cleaned it up a bit, but think I'll leave the "distress marks" as-is. Just need to find a clamp portion and it'll go on the Casati's stem. Thanks a million, Mark! The best gifts are ones you can use, and I've always been envious of all the cool kids and their bells



Last thing: tires and tire pressure for best results; what is the best? There is no definitive answer. This year I used Challenge Stradas in 25mm (measured closer to 23mm), with a decent herringbone tread and a 300tpi casing. Even at 120psi (you read that correctly), they did squish a little underneath me, but after the first 30 miles or so I knew as long as I was careful avoiding rocks that could cut the sidewall I would make it through without pinch flatting. The tread was fantastic and I found zero cuts at the end of the first day, and my pressure was still good; I never added air after the initial pump up on Friday evening. Sunday was more of the same, although I did catch and spit a couple good-sized rocks with both the front and rear tires, but they held on and got me safely to the finish. Both tires had arrived late and only got a 20-mile pavement ride before the event. Stupid, I know, but the gamble paid off.

Having said all that, look what I found after I cleaned the bike off:



Barely through the first layer and across a third of the tread, its days are numbered - but it survived and is still holding full pressure this afternoon. Emergency spare

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Soma, Univega and an unidentified rig:

I believe the unidentified green bike is an Ibis MTB drop-bar conversion.
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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude View Post

……..__

One of the hardcore elite riding a fixed gear; chapeau!



His wife came along a few twists and turns later:



……….

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Thanks for posting those DD! The first one is my wife’s 62 y/o twin (yes twin) brother John and the second one is his wife Kelly who is also my wife’s BFF.



I was begging Kelly for at least a month or two to join us for the ride but she kept saying it would be too much, she didn’t have a vintage bike, she hadn’t trained, blah blah blah - even though she’s an avid mountain biker and has ridden a heavy touring bike across the country. Friday evening one week before the ride, she finally agreed to come along but said she’d just stay in Hot Springs and read a book while the rest of us rode. After some excessive drinking that night, I told her that books are stupid and talked her into taking a short ride with me on one of my old road bikes (Puch Alpina) - she was hooked and agreed to ride if I’d let her use that bike. Even though the sign-up deadline had passed, I called Dave who graciously said that she could still register in person the night before the ride. Thanks again Dave, Kelly raved almost non-stop on the way home about the special ride and great people.

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Any reports from the Saturday night festivities?
I was a bit disappointed that no one (as far as I know) won the Jacques Anquetil award. If I were about 20 years younger, I might have tried for it, but alas, I'm middle-aged and mostly boring these days.
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majmt with his AD Vent Noir is center stage at the top of Brown's Meadow; time for a rest and regroup - and bacon, of course:



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That handsome guy isn’t me, I’m sure we were still further behind. We had the bacon all to ourselves by the time we showed up.

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That handsome guy isn’t me, I’m sure we were still further behind. We had the bacon all to ourselves by the time we showed up.
Yeah, I think that's Brian, husband of Kelly (wearing flannel shirt, to the right of the blue cooler on the bacon table). I don't think he's a BF member, and they live in Columbia Falls, not Bozeman.
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Thanks all for sharing!

...the sky really is big there!
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Excellent photos! So mad I could not go this year. The moon dust looked far better. But those rollers after lunch are my least favorite.
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Thanks for letting us share vicariously the experience. Maybe next year.
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That guy is Ross from Seattle
Ross Rocks! He did the ride on a Brompton in a tweed sport coat one year!
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Up and up

Father

and Son

There were a few bumps in the road

Much more up and up

Lunch at the falls




My wife Carol with Eliza, a friendly little 4 y.o. we met at Symes Hotel

That sky really is big, but unfortunately didn't contain the Oxygen I've grown used to back home in our Oregon foothills. Think I set a record for earliest dropout but did make the 1st rest stop and ate some bacon. Caught a short ride then we came upon the accident scene. My wagon ride needed to be an ambulance now, so I got back on my bike and rode with Jim @squirtdad, who followed behind with words of encouragement. We made it all the way to our beautiful lunch spot, ate and I caught a ride back to Symes with Virginia. Plan a return next year, even if just to help out, but hoping for better breathing after surgery September 9, and I'll be thinking of doc going under the knife for a shoulder overhaull at the same time. God grant us a both a good outcome. Don

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That guy is Ross from Seattle
Really nice guy. We talked as we rolled during Cino 2015. IIRC, that Ross is one of the Tom Kellogg units.
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Thanks for posting the pics everyone! Jeff, as always, a good eye for framing your pics and between yours and Matt's regular postings, I'm thinking of carrying a point and shoot along with me on rides to get better shots.
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Day Two:

Day 2 started out very early with fluffy clouds but they soon blew away & gave us...

A totally clear sky on our way to help set up lunch

The Green Gate that nobody could possibly miss

Which when set up by able bodies volunteers became the ideal lunch spot

Some fettling was done during the morning break

Before setting off towards Nine Mile Hill, the toughest climb of the weekend
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'Lunch' was actually opened around 10am to satisfy riders who started as early as 7

One of the first to arrive was Erica, who was riding an early 70's Schwinn she purchased for $75 a few days earlier

Roger and Thomas, still going strong

Gentleman Dave Kirk arrived looking cool and refreshed by the morning's jaunt

The One Armed Martini stand at the top of Nine Mile Hill in Browns Meadow

Neal Lerner in his souvenir Tucson ride jersey

I wound up making and handing out at least 30 small martini's on Sunday. Shaken, not stirred!
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As the second day came to a close:

Matt and Scott enjoying their reward

"No walking this year!"

The Lantern Rouge

High sky fractal/rainbow marking the last rider up Nine Mile Hill. "It's a Cino Miracle!"

End of the ride, tired but happy
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Nice looking at the pictures and I am happy for everybody for such great weather for the event.
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mountaindave this was a great event. I'm still sore, I enjoyed every mile and met a lot of great people. And thank you for letting me borrow a bike!

I'm new so I can post pics yet. But I will in the future.

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This is Thomas M, and here are some photos I got as the stoker:

Our first stop at the meadow on day 1.




Beginning of day 2 went a whole lot better than the start of day 1 with a flat.

At day 2 lunch stop.
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